Jet Airways staff dues: Jalan Kalrock consortium to move SC against NCLAT order
- Jalan-Kalrock had won the bid through an insolvency resolution process for Jet Airways, which had stopped operations in early 2019 due to severe fund crunch. The airline is now preparing to restart services
MUMBAI: The Jalan Kalrock consortium, new owner of the beleaguered Jet Airways, is likely to move the Supreme Court against a recent National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) order which has directed the airline to pay unpaid provident fund and gratuity dues of employees of the carrier, which is preparing to restart operations.
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