They also sought disqualification of corporate leaders from the membership of Parliament on charges of such default.The King of Good Times has been grounded for over a year now surrounded by webs of tax, non-payment of employees, strikes, etc.
The employees approach Cheif Minister to said,”We are going on indefinite hunger strike from January six. We have approached other political parties as well but as of now we have not got any satisfactory response from them. We request you to support us in whatever ways possible,” Anjan Kumar Deveshwar, a Kingfisher employees, said in a letter on behalf of the employees to Delhi minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Manish Sisodia.
Alleging that Kingfisher kept paying its employees posted abroad due to the strict laws applicable there, they said, “Non payment of salary should be treated as a observable offence so that no one else has to suffer like us.”
The Vijay Mallya-owned private carrier, which stopped operations in October 2012, has defaulted on payment of loans worth over Rs 7,200 crore, secured mainly from the public sector banks.It also lost Rs 390 crore to the Airports Authority of India, in addition to defaulting on service tax payment and with Agency Inputs