Wrote to PM on salary dues, got reply after 6 mths: Kingfisher ex-staffer

Mumbai - A day after Former United Breweries (UB) Group chairman Vijay Mallya on Sunday asserted that he is not a borrower or a judgement defaulter, former Kingfisher Airlines employee Sanjay Dey on Monday said they didn’t get salaries and were assured that an investor would invest in KFA, but no one came for the investment.

Dey added that he even mailed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and got a reply after six months that the mail is forwarded to the Aviation Ministry.

However, the Aviation Ministry replied after two months saying its private matter. He said that his salary for a year is pending and like him, there are about 1500-2000 ex-Kingfisher Airline Employee waiting for their salaries.


Updated Date: Mar 07, 2016 18:05 PM

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