Dr. Subramanian Swamy has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to not allow Jet Airways to be parcelled off to Spice Jet as it would reek of favouritism and would also damage BJP’s reputation.
The BJP leader also wrote to Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu on the Jet Airways Crisis and urged the Modi govt to merge Jet Airways with Air India in the interest of the employees and national interest.
He had also said that the Ministry of Civil aviation should strongly recommend to the Cabinet that Jet Airways should be merged with Air India not only to ensure air services to the passengers but also to enable Air India to recover its former premier position.
Dr Subramanian @Swamy39 writes to Civil Aviation Minister @sureshpprabhu on the Jet Airways @jetairways crisis & urges Govt to merge Jet Airways with Air India in the interest of the employees and National Interest pic.twitter.com/6iGBysS2xJ
— Jagdish Shetty (@jagdishshetty) April 25, 2019
Earlier, Subramanian Swamy had praised Air India tweeting his approval:
“Air India is now flying on time more than other airlines. The credit goes to the quiet efficiency and honesty of Suresh Prabhu.”