India won't allow Kingfisher to fly if safety rules not met-minister

NEW DELHI, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Ailing Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines will not be allowed to fly if safety rules are not followed, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said, after labour unrest forced the carrier to cancel its flights on Monday.

Singh said the civil aviation regulator will meet Kingfisher executives on Tuesday. He said the airline had cancelled all its flights thus far on Monday.

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(Reporting by Anurag Kotoky; Editing by Tony Munroe)

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