More people might follow suit if government doesn't intervene: NAG on Jet employee's suicide

More people might follow suit if government doesn't intervene: NAG on Jet employee's suicide


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"Jet Airways worker Shailesh Kumar Singh dedicated suicide as a result of he had no hope left and there might be extra victims if the federal government doesn't intervene within the Jet Airways disaster," stated Asim Valiani vice chairman of the Nationwide Aviators Guild (NAG) on Sunday.

"Shailesh handed away yesterday by committing suicide. We don't need it to turn into a repeat of the Kingfisher airways debacle. We're additionally extraordinarily disillusioned by the federal government not doing something to assist the 22,000 staff of Jet Airways, we're afraid that at this fee there might be extra suicides. His (Shailesh Singh) son can also be an worker of Jet Airways they usually merely had no cash, in fact, he was affected by most cancers however this isn't the best way to go," stated Valiani speaking to ANI.

Shailesh Kumar Singh, a senior technician in Jet Airways, was affected by abdomen most cancers and the disaster surrounding the Airline had allegedly pressured him to commit suicide by jumping off a building in Mumbai on April 26.

Valiani additionally added that the workers of Jet have been utterly clueless of their destiny and with every passing day have been dropping hope and appealed that each one the political events ought to come collectively to discover a answer to the disaster surrounding the airways.

He stated, "Subramanian Swamy has raised some essential points, even we need to know who's operating Jet Airways, the previous promoters have resigned and there's no new one to take his place."

"We've been interesting to the federal government to intervene in order that the livelihood of 22,000 staff just isn't hampered; we even met the Finance Minister. I might request all of the political events to return collectively and discover a answer to our drawback."