Briefly Business: Kingfisher employees drop agitation plan

Kingfisher Airlines got a temporary reprieve as its employees decided to withdraw their proposed agitation ceding to the carrier’s promoter Vijay Mallya

Written by Press Trust Of India | Published: April 4, 2012 12:42 am

Kingfisher employees drop agitation plan

New Delhi: Kingfisher Airlines got a temporary reprieve as its employees decided to withdraw their proposed agitation ceding to the carrier’s promoter Vijay Mallya’s assurance on clearing their dues in a week’s time beginning Tuesday.

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