Flight delay irks Dr Farooq
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, June 6: Two hours delay in Indian flight from Srinagar to Jammu irked the Union Minister for New and Renewable Entergy, Dr Farooq Abdullah, who attended a function organized by a private educational institute here on Sunday.
Visible annoyed Abdullah, who reached two hours after the schedule, said that the Indian has failed to live up to the standard despite heavy funding by the central government. “The center has paid Rs 800 crore followed by another installment of Rs 500 crore to Air India for improving its service and infrastructure”, he said adding, “However, it seems that the airline has failed to work in the right direction creating problems for the people”.
“The present state of affairs will prove disastrous for the airlines if it failed to improve its quality and service”, the union minister said.
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