"In the past, we have requested to both the Congress and the BJP to intervene in the issue. But none of them did come to our help. We will now approach Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and seek his help in getting our dues cleared," a Delhi-based Kingfisher Airlines employee said.
He said a section of employees from Delhi will soon seek an appointment with Kejriwal to apprise him of the "trauma, agony and the financial hardship" that around 2,000 unpaid employees are going through for almost a year and a half.
He further said Kejriwal sounds a ‘different’ politician unlike others who are high on rhetoric but low on action.

“We are quite hopeful that Kejriwal will intervene in our issue in whatever way he can,” he added.
The grounded airline has over 500 employees in Delhi. "We are all more hopeful from him as he is the one who works for common man unlike the two national parties who get elected with the common man's vote but forget them soon after the polls," the employee said.
Besides non-payment of salaries, the Vijay Mallya-owned private carrier, which stopped operations in October last year due to bad financial conditions, is saddled with huge debt and losses.


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