The Government of Maharashtra, India attached four Jet Airways aircraft, three Boeing 777s and one Airbus. The attachment order was carried out in response of employees’ complaint regarding non-payment of gratuity dues. The employees of grounded Jet Airways have been fighting a legal battle for the provident fund and gratuity. In October 2022, the National Country Law Appellate Tribunal ruled that the new owners, Jalan Kalrock consortium was liable to pay the dues amounting to $11,760.38 along with 10% interest. Kiran Pawaskar, president of All India Jet Airways Officers and Staff Association said: “We had approached many forums such as

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