This statement by the consortium comes weeks after PNB has moved the NCLAT alleging gross irregularities in the conduct of the Resolution Professional.
It was a much expected move by former employees as many experts believed that they are compensated poorly in the resolution plan.
Even as there are over 3,500 employees associated with Jet airways even after its grounding, the Jalan-Kalrock consortium plans to have only a few hundred workers when Jet restarts its services.
In addition, the leaked records contain details of the numbers of at least one official each from the PMO and NITI Aayog, The Wire said.
The stock declined 5 per cent to Rs 126.45 -- its lowest trading permissible limit for the day -- on both the BSE and the NSE.
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on June 22, approved the consortium's resolution plan for Jet Airways, which has been undergoing insolvency resolution process since June 2019.
The Jalan-Kalrock consortium, which won the bidding for Jet, had requested that the slots should be allotted to them on a historicity basis.
The full-service carrier, which suspended operations in April 2019, was undergoing Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP).
Two years after Jet Airways went bankrupt, the NCLT gave its nod to the Jalan Kalrock Consortium's bid for the airline.
NCLT approval will pave the way for the revival of Jet Airways 2.0 even as there are a few concerns related to the availability of routes/slots, the resolution professional said,
In June 2019, NCLT admitted the insolvency petition against Jet Airways filed by the lenders' consortium led by the State Bank of India.
Jet Airways, which suspended operations in April 2019, has been undergoing a resolution process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code for two years.
Jet Airways suspended operations in April 2019 and is currently undergoing an insolvency resolution process.
Asked if there are investors other than those who have submitted unsolicited offers, Kumar said that there are some but their seriousness will have to be checked.
Recently, MoS (Civil Aviation) Jayant Sinha reported comments that capable employees of Jet Airways would be absorbed by other airlines.