Force India boss Mallya grounds his troubled Kingfisher airline 3 October, 2012 Oct.3 (GMM) Indian business tycoon and Force India F1 team owner Vijay Mallya is enduring a troubled run ahead of this weekend’s Japanese grand prix. International media reports say that Mallya has temporarily grounded the entire fleet of his Indian airline Kingfisher, with staff revolting, having not being paid since April. Kingfisher confirmed that it had locked out staff because some had instigated “unabated incidents of violence, criminal intimidation, assault” against some employees who were still trying to work. “It’s sad [that] they are putting the blame on employees,” Indian airline advisor Harsh Vardhan told Bloomberg, “because nowhere [else] in the world anyone would accept this kind of situation.” Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsPalmer and Goddard to test for Force India in Abu DhabiMallya: Speculation about our future needs to stopMallya: Who said we wanted to boycott the race?Force India: We have exercised our option on PerezForce India give Juncadella FP1 outing in BrazilBrazilian Grand Prix: Force India preview InterlagosMallya all but confirms Perez for 2015Perez given seven place grid penalty for BrazilForce India and Accelerate announce partnershipForce India preview United States GP JodyRenza Are we getting to a situation that Paul di Resta & Nico Hulkenberg & workers might get to their F1 factory with locked-up gates one morning or the cars impounded at some airport? Hope not, seeing that the team is getting better each race! lmao hahaha putting on the money on his F1 team letting his people who make him the money suffer! go crash and drown vijay!