New Delhi: Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh will hold a meeting with Kingfisher ailing airlines' staffs on Thursday to end deadlock over salaries. The union minister will be holding this meeting to settle salary issues between the employees and the management.

The minister said that he will try to convince the employees to accept the salary offer made by the KFA management.

The protesting employees are planning to stage a protest during the Formula One motor race, in Greater Noida.

Earlier on Wednesday, KFA employees rejected the offer of payment of three months' salaries in a staggered manner as part payment of dues and demanded payment of four months' backlog before Friday.

The employees have been on continuous strike since September 29 demanding payment of salary dues since March this year. The strike had led to the company declaring a lockout from October 1, which was followed by suspension of their Scheduled Operator's Permit by aviation regulator DGCA.


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