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Air India

Air India, a subsidiary of the Tata Group, has ordered all its employees living in centrally owned houses to vacate by July 26. When Air India was a state-owned company, Air India management provided accommodation for its employees.

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Government property

Government property

The Tata Group has won the bid for Air India on October 8, 2021. The federal government decided to keep some of the commercial and real estate assets in the sale. This includes the colonies inhabited by Air India employees.

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Housing Colony

Housing Colony

Thus, the Tata Group has ordered Air India employees in the housing colonies to vacate their homes by July 26, in accordance with the terms of the investment. The Tata Group management will be handed over to the government after the dismissal of Air India employees.

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Order to Air India employees

Order to Air India employees

Air India has large colonies in Delhi and Mumbai. On May 17, the state-owned AI Assets Holding Ltd (AIAHL) ordered Air India, a subsidiary of the Tata Group, to instruct Air India employees to vacate their homes by July 26. Based on this, Air India has now issued orders.

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