Kingfisher Irritated employees ask PM Modi as dues paid given preference over their salaries

Employees of the Kingfisher Airlines Ltd. have appealed to PM Narendra Modi stating their allegations on the company who has delayed the salaries of the employees and instead focus on the dues owed by Mallya. They further requested to bring back Mallya in India to face the court.

The letter was addressed to external minister Sushma Swaraj where the employees represent themselves as helpless common man of India.

They said, “Please take this letter from us as a representation from the helpless common man of India and not just from the Kingfisher employees (It is an irony but we are still on the payrolls of the defunct airlines”.

The disheartened employees said that they are not able to even withdraw their provident fund amount as the process of liquidation is under way.

A special court on Wednesday ordered the arrest of Mallya who is involved in case of money laundering and cheating of consortium of banks with the amount of Rs 6,000 crore.

The Enforcement Directorate (ET) will now filed a fresh charge sheet against Mallya where a non-bailable warrant against him was issued in the anti-money laundering court.

Along with Mallya, the court also issued summons against his firms, KAL and United Breweries Holdings Limited (UBHL) and the hearing of the case will be on 30 July.




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