4 Jet Airways aircraft attached over non-payment of gratuity to employees

The issue is now pending before the Supreme Court following an appeal by the consortium

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Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
The Maharashtra government on Tuesday attached four Boeing 777 aircraft belonging to Jet Airways.

The attachment action was carried out by tehsildar office in Mumbai under the provision of Maharashtra Land Revenue Code for non-payment of gratuity to the employees.

The grounded airline's employees have been fighting a legal battle for provident fund and gratuity. Last October the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal ruled that the successful resolution applicant Kalrock Jalan consortium was liable to pay
PF and gratuity dues to employees. The issue is now pending before the Supreme Court following an appeal by the consortium.

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First Published: Jan 17 2023 | 11:28 PM IST

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