Air India

Roll Back The Policy of Selling The National Assets, Including The Proposed Sale of Air India.

(Letter written to Prime Minister of India by Platform of central trade unions against the sale of Air India to TATA)

On October 8, your Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey announced at a press conference that the Tata Sons subsidiary, Talace Pvt. Ltd., had won the bid for the national carrier Air India. So in its third attempt, Government of India (incidentally, all under the National Democratic Alliance regime), the earlier bids having been made in the early 2000s and 2017-2018, has managed to get rid of Air India.