Civil aviation ministry officials caught up in Air India criminal probe


India’s affable avionics service said it will collaborate completely with a criminal test into a decade old airplane order and merger between Air India and Indian Airlines.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) says  it has opened three criminal bodies of evidence against Air India and is additionally exploring the activities of three anonymous authorities who were then at the common civil aviation ministry.

Air India purchased 111 aircraft for about $10.8 billion 10 years prior, which the CBI said was not an incentive for cash and handled the aircraft with real misfortunes. It likewise addressed why the carrier leased a large number of planes ‘without due consideration, proper route study and marketing or price strategy’

The CBI is likewise examining the merger of India’s two national carriers Air India and Indian Airlines over asserted defilement and blunder.

“We will completely participate with the CBI on this,” common flying clergyman Ashok Gajapathi Raju stated,

The examination and any indictments brought thus could undermine the administration’s arrangement to rebuild the carrier or even auction it.

With respect to India’s future, all alternatives are being taken a gander at, Raju said.

This includes seeking a strategic investor or even a sale, he said