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Jet Airways crisis: Pilots union urges SC to direct SBI to release funds

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Jet Airways crisis: Airline's pilots union urges SC to direct SBI to release funds
The Jet Airways' pilots union moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday with a plea to direct banks and lenders to release the interim funding to the debt-ridden airline. The union, National Aviator's Guild (NAG) blamed State Bank of India (SBI) for the situation of the airline. The NAG also said that decisions like allotment of slots, deregistering of aircraft and giving them off to other airlines were taken without any regard for the future of the 22,000 employees.

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