Skewed Pri­or­i­ties

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Civil Avi­a­tion Min­is­ter Ajit Singh speaks am­bigu­ously and does not hold King­fisher to ac­count for not pay­ing its staff (“‘ Lost Note’ Could Have Grounded King­fisher”, Au­gust 6). This is a crim­i­nal of­fence and a safety haz­ard. There­fore, by tak­ing a re­laxed stance on this is­sue, the Gov­ern­ment will not be looked upon favourably by the elec­torate. Bharat Bhushan’s miss­ing note reeks of a cover- up, cast­ing fur­ther doubts on the min­istry’s stand. The com­pany’s fu­ture does not look bright, and if it con­tin­ues to op­er­ate in this man­ner, its exit will be far from gra­cious. More­over, the al­le­ga­tions against the Gov­ern­ment, for its in­volve­ment in the pri­vate com­pany, need to be looked into. RAN­JAN SEAL, Kolkata

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