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AirAsia fires fresh salvo at former India CEO Mittu Chandilya

AirAsia Bhd's spokesperson said that personal expenses amounting to Rs 16.3 million were paid from company funds by Chandilya

Mittu Chandilya, former CEO of AirAsia India.
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Mittu Chandilya, former CEO of AirAsia India.

Surajeet Das Gupta New Delhi
Malaysian airline AirAsia Berhad says a forensic audit by its Indian joint venture AirAsia India Ltd (AAIL) has revealed serious issues involving former chief executive officer Mittu Chandilya.

The airline said he entered into a contract in September 2015 with LINK, a media company. This was to provide media services and sale of media space for publications in India and abroad.

An airline spokesperson said: “Investigations from the forensic audit revealed LINK had not rendered any services to AAIL. Yet, 22 invoices were raised by it and subsequently cleared by AAIL, amounting to Rs 100.6 million, on the instructions of

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First Published: Jun 28 2018 | 12:58 AM IST

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