"We would like to communicate to you the genuine apprehensions of the employees and urge you both in the interest of the country and in the interest of employees, both serving and retired, not to accept the fortnight hurried recommendations by the NITI AAYOG," a letter sent jointly by seven unions of Air India to Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has said.
"...and be pleased not to force the employees of Air India to agitate which will lead to industrial unrest and disharmony more so at a time when Air India is definitely turning around and earning profits," the letter dated June 15 said.
The letter stated that trade unions which represent a cross section of employees of Air India were "pained and shocked to have been subjected to this arbitrary and unilateral recommendations of the NITI AAYOG."
On May 30, Civil Aviation Minister Raju said several options and alternatives are available for restoring the financial health of the national passenger carrier.
Mr Raju said that the NITI Aayog has already submitted several suggestions to restore the financial health of the national passenger carrier and these are being examined.
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