AirAsia Refutes CBI Allegations; Says Claims Made In FIR ‘baseless, Unsupported, Unjustified’

AirAsia has strongly refuted CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) allegations against group CEO Tony Fernandes and others, terming the charges in the FIR as baseless, unsupported and unjustified.

The Board of Directors of AirAsia Group Berhad (AAGB) said that the claims made against AirAsia Berhad, AirAsia India, group CEO Tony Fernandes, deputy group CEO Bo Lingam and other related parties are baseless and will be contested.

“The Board of Directors of AirAsia Group Berhad (AAGB) refutes strongly ALL the allegations made in the FIR as baseless, unsupported and unjustified and will vigorously challenge these allegations.

We question the motives of the unnamed person, persons or organisation that lodged this FIR but we will co-operate fully with the Indian authorities in accordance with due process provided in law,” the company said in a press release. AirAsia added that CBI has registered an FIR based on information from an unnamed “reliable source”. Read More

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