AirAsia India (AAIL) on Tuesday refuted any “wrong-doing” after the CBI registered a case against AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes for allegedly trying to circumvent rules to get an international flying license for the airline.
According to the airline, it is co-operating with all regulators and agencies to present the correct facts.
“In November, 2016 AAIL had initiated criminal charges against its ex-CEO and had also commenced civil proceedings in Bangalore for such irregularities,” Air Asia India’s Director Shuva Mandal was quoted as saying in a statement.
“We hope to bring early resolution to all such issues.”
The airline’s defence comes after the CBI registered a case against the Malaysian billionaire.
The probe agency said that searches were held in multiple locations in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru in connection to the case. Read More