New Delhi, August 18
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought Air India’s reply on a plea by a number of pilots difficult the nationwide provider’s determination to terminate their providers with impact from August 13.
Justice Jyoti Singh issued discover to Air India and sought its stand on the recent batch of petitions by 4 pilots who’ve challenged the airline’s August 13 order terminating their providers.
Air India had earlier terminated providers of greater than 40 different pilots.
The courtroom additionally orally requested the nationwide provider to remain its arms, with regard to in search of give up of the identification playing cards and different paperwork of the 4 pilots, until Wednesday when an earlier batch of comparable pleas by different Air India pilots can be heard.
The earlier batch of pleas have been moved by the pilots who had resigned from the provider, however had later withdrawn the identical earlier than the six month discover interval obtained over.
They have sought instructions to Air India to not settle for their resignations. — PTI