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Jet Airways Turbulence : Vijay Mallya In His Tweets Slams Prime Minister Narendra Modi Government’s ‘ Double Standards’

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As the Jet Airways faces turbulence and struggling to stay afloat, Vijay Mallya lashed out at public sector banks for “double standards” under the current National Democratic Alliance regime for their intervention to bailout Jet Airways while the same lenders made his Kingfisher airlines “fail ruthlessly”.

In a series of tweets reacting to banks led by State Bank of India taking over management control of troubled Jet Airways, Mallya said,”…Only wish the same was done for Kingfisher”.

“Happy to see that PSU Banks have bailed out Jet Airways saving jobs, connectivity and enterprise,” he said.

He further said, “the same PSU Banks let India’s finest airline with the best employees and connectivity fail ruthlessly. Double standards under NDA.”

Mallya, who is facing extradition to India from the UK, lamented that his efforts to save Kingfisher Airlines was “not recognised and instead slammed in every possible way”.

“I invested over Rs 4,000 crores into Kingfisher Airlines to save the company and its employees,” he claimed.

He also lashed out at the BJP for differential treatment meted out to Kingfisher and Jet Airways.

“BJP spokesman eloquently read out my letters to PM Manmohan Singh and alleged that PSU Banks under the UPA Government had wrongly supported Kingfisher Airlines,” Mallya said.

 

 

He further said, “Media decimated me for writing to the current PM. I wonder what has changed now under the NDA Government.”

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