Kingfisher staff seeks firmís closure
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A section of Kingfisher Airline's employees is planning to write to the airline's management to seek closure of the company, selling off the assets and clear their salary dues, two Mumbai-based employees of the airline said.
"We want the company to spell out a payment schedule for our salary dues. If we don't find their explanation satisfactory, we will file a winding up petition in the court under Section 433 of the Companies Act," said a Mumbai-based employee after a two-hour meeting of Kingfisher Airlines Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Association ended late on Wednesday. Kingfisher Airlines' spokesperson declined to comment on the matter.
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