GoAir on Friday sacked a senior pilot from providers for posting allegedly derogatory remarks on Prime Minister Modi on social media. The captain had posted some tweets that had led to an uproar on social media.
“GoAir has a zero-tolerance coverage and it’s necessary for all GoAir staff to adjust to the corporate’s employment guidelines, laws and insurance policies, together with social media behaviour. The airline doesn’t affiliate itself with private views expressed by any particular person or an worker. GoAir has terminated the providers of the Captain with instant impact,” a GoAir mentioned in a press release.
Taking cognisance of the matter, the airline parted itself from the pilot’s tweet and took motion in opposition to him.
The pilot was made to apologise as per airline coverage.
In the meantime, the terminated GoAir pilot tendered his apology on Twitter. “I apologise for my tweets concerning the prime minister and different offensive tweets, which can have damage sentiments of anybody related. I convey that GoAir isn’t related to any of my tweets instantly or not directly as they had been private views. I take full duty for my actions and wish to apologise for my errors and willingly settle for the implications,” the pilot mentioned.
The GoAir pilot had made derogatory remarks in opposition to Prime Minister on January 7 that the administration discovered offensive and in opposition to the corporate coverage.