Air India employees represented largely by the Air Corp. Employees Union and the Aviation Industry Employees Guild continued with a hunger strike yesterday in protest of planned wage cuts. An AI spokesperson told The Economic Times, "We have a well formulated contingency plan and have deployed additional manpower to ensure smooth operations." Some 20,000 employees, or about two-thirds the carrier's workforce, reportedly are involved. ACEU General Secretary J.B. Kadian said AI management "is ...

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