New Delhi: The government has almost completed preparations to sell the debt-ridden state-run airline Air India. For the past several days, the government has spoken of handing it over to private hands. Under the leadership of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the Group of Ministers will decide the reserve price to be repaid the debt of Air India. With this, this group of ministers will brainstorm many more difficulties related to the sale of the company. These will also deal with technical problems related to the service of the company's employees.
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Any conclusion will also be searched for medical facilities being provided to retired or soon retired employees of the company. According to sources, after ensuring the provisions required for the sale of Air India, the government will completely separate from it. Besides Amit Shah, the group of ministers includes Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce and Railways Minister Piyush Goyal and Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri. The aviation environment of the country has changed in the last one year.
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Things have also changed due to private airline Jet Airways not being in operation since April 18. According to Kapil Kaul, CEO of the Center of Asia Pacific Aviation, things are positive this year compared to last year. If some of the fundamental problems of the company are overcome, then surely investors will show interest in it. In the past, the government has failed to sell it.
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