The owners of Shaheen Air International have been under heavy scrutiny. The Sehbai brothers– proprietors of the carrier have submitted supposedly an extortion of over Rs 1.3 billion and the Civil Aviation Authority fears that the brothers may get away from the country.
As indicated by some dependable sources, the expense gathered by Shaheen International Airline from its travelers for the benefit of CAA was not submitted to the important flying experts. Rather, the brothers have stashed the cash and have not given the cash to CAA for a while.
CAA has asked the FIA to make quick move against the SAI proprietors. Sources report that a dissension has been propelled by the CAA chief Syed Muzaffar Alam against the administration and CEO of Shaheen International Airline (SAI) for “illegally holding the authority’s Rs 1.368 Billion”. The official of CAA, in the complaint, states that Ehsan Khalid Sehbai (CEO), Kashif Khalid Sehbai (chairman) and the management of SAI have been “illegally holding since March and have failed to return the amount to CAA”.
“There is a serious apprehension that Ehsan Sehbai, Kashif Sehbai, and (members of) SAI management are likely to flee the country with a criminal intent for causing loss to the public, (national) exchequer,” the complaint states. “Therefore, it is requested that action may be initiated against these culprits and other persons who are directly or indirectly involved in the commission of offenses, at the earliest. Copies of proof of collection of amounts as agent and dues are attached.”
SAI has been battling fiscally as of late. CAA suspended SAI’s all flight activities with the exception of the Hajj-related flights. A delegate of SAI expressed, “The airline’s management also plans to hold talks with the CAA to sort out the issues and get its flight operations resumed.”
Sources have additionally educated that an extensive number of SAI workers have been dissenting since they were not paid their compensations while the agent of SAI states that a lion’s share of the representatives have been paid with the exception of a couple of because of Eid Holidays.