PIA New Delhi office receives closure notice from Indian authorities

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    NEW DELHI: India’s Directorate of Enforcement has issued a notice to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) asking it to “dispose of” its properties in New Delhi calling their purchase as “unauthorised”, according to a report on The Hindu.

    The notice sent to PIA said the properties in New Delhi were acquired in contravention of the Foreign Exchange Management Act and without prior permission from the Reserve Bank of India.

    “We are at a loss to understand why they are acting now, and how we will operate without a marketing and sales offices,” PIA Manager in North India, Saeed Ahmad Khan, was quoted in the report.

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