New Delhi: Air India Unions, on Wednesday (October 13), wrote a joint letter to the Secretary of the Ministry of Civil Aviation, elevating their considerations associated to money, go away, medical advantages, lodging of workers and arrears, amongst others.
The request by unions has come after the Indian authorities lately accepted Tata Sons bid to purchase the nationwide provider. The salt-to-hotels conglomerate has bid to purchase the debt-laden Air India for Rs 18,000 crores, a transfer that can see the return of the provider to the corporate after 70 years.
At present, the Air India Unions are demanding that the workers ought to be allowed to remain in airline flats until monetisation or a minimum of for a 12 months as Tatas are giving a one-year employment assure.
Of their letter, the unions mentioned, “ All Unions have been promised their go away encashment from the time conferences held by the then Hon Minister of Civil Aviation and then-Secretary MOCA since Jan 2020 till the latest assembly with CMD-AI on 01/09/2021.”
Air India Unions in a joint letter to Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation increase considerations about money, go away, medical advantages, lodging of workers & arrears. pic.twitter.com/5N6i2qYBDx
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“As unions, we demand that the choice to encash or carry ahead instantly our PL/SL be clarified earlier than the handover. Those that choose to encash it now could start with new go away accounts, and those that have opted to hold ahead could also be credited with that go away stability,” the unions added of their letter. Additionally Learn: seventh Pay Fee DA hike replace! Central authorities workers might get advantages as much as Rs 30,240
The unions additionally talked about that they’d requested the ministry to permit workers to proceed residing within the colonies till their superannuation or monetization for the reason that subsidiaries weren’t being transferred. Additionally Learn: ZEEL-Invesco case: Reliance assertion confirms merger proposal with Zee, continuation of Punit Goenka as MD & CEO