Civil Aviation Minister Assures Medical Facilities to Retired Air India Employees
She further added that the situation was quite worrying as the retired employees do not have any medical insurance benefits. She added that the privatization of Air India has made the situation more critical and she requested the minister to look into the matter and take adequate actions.
- She said that it was brought to her notice that many retired employees of Air India are not covered by any Mediclaim insurance.
- She further added that the situation was quite worrying as the retired employees do not have any medical insurance benefits.
- Jyotiraditya Scindia was quick in sending out a response and affirmed the importance of the situation.
The retired staff of Air India can now finally take a sigh of relief after the Civil Aviation Minister of India, Jyotiraditya Scindia assured to take care of the medical facilities provided to the retired employees. Earlier the acquisition of Air India by Tata Group created a situation of uncertainty among the retired staff in regards to the medical facilities that are availed to them under the current policies of Air India.
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