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IndiGo co-founders Rahul Bhatia, Rakesh Gangwal at loggerheads over power control, says report

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The differences between the two arose as Bhatia feels that Gangwal is trying to gain greater control of the airline by bringing in his own terms and conditions, sources told the paper.  

IndiGo co-founders Rahul Bhatia, Rakesh Gangwal at loggerheads over power control, says report
There is trouble brewing at India's largest domestic airline IndiGo as cofounders Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal hired a legal counsel to resolve a dispute over control of the airline, Times of India reported, citing an aviation industry source.
The differences between the two arose as Bhatia feels that Gangwal is trying to gain greater control of the airline by bringing in his own terms and conditions, sources told the paper.
The move comes as the airline is looking to expand its international operations. The report said that Bhatia has hired JSA Law while Gangwal hired Khaitan & Co to resolve the dispute.
Apart from the trouble between Bhatia and Gangwal, the employees of IndiGo, the report said, have been complaining about the working environment of the company right after the airline hired expats on to their team.
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