Tuesday, July 24, 2012

JOBS | Bhushan's letter on Kingfisher's licence cancellation never existed'

 The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has claimed the letter by former director-general E K Bharat Bhushan, which mentioned cancellation of Kingfisher Airlines’ licence, never existed.

“A probe in the regulator’s office yielded nothing, and no such note was found. Any piece of paper can be typed outside, but that cannot be considered a file noting. Maybe Bhushan made a copy of it. But it has not been proved it was received by anyone in DGCA. Also, there is no log in DGCA’s secretariat for the entry or exit of that July 9 note,” said a senior DGCA official.
The purported note was prepared just a day before the order for Bhushan’s removal as director-general was given.


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