Addressing the shareholders today, Goyal said he felt "guilty and embarrassed" as shareholders have lost money after airlines' shares plummeted due to the financial woes.
The Jet counter has slumped over 12 per cent since July 2 and in intra-day trading today, it touched a 52-week low of Rs 286.95. From its 52-week high of Rs 883.65 on January 5, 2018, the counter tumbled 67.5 per cent to hit a one-year low of Rs 286.95 in intra-day trading today.
Amid rising concerns over the airline's financial health and proposed salary cuts, he said a new committee will be set up to improve public perception and negative publicity about it.
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