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Air India unions threaten strike from November 2 to retain staff quarters

The unions said employees have been asked to give an undertaking by October 15 that they would vacate the staff quarters

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Air India Joint Action Forum of Unions asked civil aviation secretary Rajiv Bansal to look into the matter.

Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
A section of ground staff and engineers of Air India have threatened to go on strike from November 2 over a government decision which requires them to vacate office quarters in six months after the sale of airline. 

A joint action committee of Air India unions served a strike notice to the airline management and the regional labour commissioner today. The agitating unions include Air Corporation Employees Union, Aviation Industry Employees Guild and All India Service Engineers Association.

The unions said employees have been asked to give an undertaking by October 15 that they would vacate the staff quarters.

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First Published: Oct 13 2021 | 10:50 PM IST

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