The Indian Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has asked Air India to submit all documents related to the purchase of aircraft and other large items within a week. Air India and previous Indian Airlines managers faced some tough questions by the Parliamentary committee which also lambasted them over complaints of poor passenger services. The grilling was based on a recent CAG report on civil aviation which had said that the decision to acquire 111 aircraft by Air India through debt was “a recipe for disaster” and should have raised alarm in the government at the time. Air India officials told

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