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The meeting between Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) chairman Vijay Mallya and union representatives on Thursday remained inconclusive, as they stuck to their demand for clearance of salary dues.
Mallya had called a meeting with two union representatives here after KFA employees threatened to protest at the venue of the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, where Mallya-owned Royal Challengers Bangalore team is supposed to play.
Confirming the development, an employee said that they will not agree to any condition unless salary dues is cleared. For revival, KFA requires a no-objection certificate from all its stakeholders, including its employees.
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