Lenders led by State Bank of India have decided to take the grounded Jet Airways to bankruptcy courts after failing to stitch together a revival plan despite working on it for over five months. NCLT to hear the Jet case on June 19. Two operational creditors, Shaman Wheels Pvt Ltd and Gaggar Enterprises Pvt Ltd, have already filed two separate insolvency pleas against the airline in the Mumbai NCLT. The hearing on these petitions is likely on June 20. Meanwhile, lenders have also approached aviation ministry to protect Jet Airways' slots and routes.
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