Jet Airways unlikely to come back on runway as Etihad, Hinduja back off, says report
Updated : June 11, 2019 10:21 AM IST
The London-based Hinduja Group has decided to stop all current negotiations being carried out to buy a stake in the crisis-hit carrier.
Etihad too had frozen its plans to buy additional shares.
Shaman Wheels Pvt. Ltd and Gaggar Enterprises Pvt. Ltd filed separate insolvency pleas on Monday at NCLT, Mumbai, for recovery of their dues.
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