Open Government-owned Residential Colony by July 26: From Air India to Staff

Open Government-owned Residential Colony by July 26: From Air India to Staff

According to official documents, Tata Group-owned Air India has asked staff to open a government-owned residential colony by July 26.

The Tata Group won the Air India bid on October 8th last year. However, the airline’s non-core assets, such as residential colonies, remain with the government, subject to the conditions of investment withdrawal.

Air India has two major residential colonies. One is in Delhi and the other is in Mumbai.

“Currently, in line with Air India’s decision, AI Assets Holding Ltd (AIAHL), which notifies residents to send reminders to leave the company’s accommodation by July 26, dated May 17, 2022. I have received an email from the specific alternative mechanism (AISAM) that has already been communicated. “

“A draft notice issued to residents of the company’s accommodation is attached, following the instructions of AIAHL above,” he added.