Govt imposed 85 crores fine on pilot, notice issued

In the recent plane crash at Gwalior airport in Madhya Pradesh, the state government has given a bill of Rs 85 crore to the pilot. The plane had also had an accident when it was trying to land at Gwalior airport with some medicines and injections amid the cries of the second wave of Covid. According to media reports, the pilot, Captain Majid Akhtar, who has been given this huge bill of Rs 85 crore, was also declared a corona warrior for his commendable work amid the pandemic.

In fact, in the case of the Madhya Pradesh government's state aircraft (B-200GT/VT MPQ) being damaged, the MP government has framed charges against the pilot of the aircraft, Captain Majid Akhtar. Holding him guilty of the accident, the government had also given the notice to recover Rs 85 crore. After the response, the government is now going to decide on the recovery from them. Following the accident, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) suspended the licence of pilot Majid Akhtar in August 2021.

Before this decision, it was written in the notice given to the pilot that about 23 crore rupees have been spent on the repair of this aircraft so far. In this way, the government has also suffered a loss of Rs 85 crore. The charge sheet issued to Captain Majid said that why not be compensated by you for the loss caused by this negligence.

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