Unpaid staff set to confront Mallya during Indian GP weekend 22 October, 2012 Oct.22 (GMM) While no longer facing arrest over bounced cheques, Force India’s beleaguered billionaire boss Vijay Mallya could still endure a torrid race weekend in his native India. The Hindustan Times newspaper reports that unpaid and grounded staff of the billionaire’s beleaguered Kingfisher airline intend to confront Mallya at the Buddh circuit this weekend. “We have planned to stage a dharna (a sit-in protest) when Mr Vijay Mallya comes at the grand prix,” an unnamed Kingfisher engineer said. “A protest at the sporting event will highlight our plight to the entire world.” An air hostess added: “What is the option left before us but to protest? “All of us are in deep financial crisis, but [Mallya] is unperturbed. [He is] in fact, mocking at our misery with [his] lifestyle.” Subbed by AJN. Related NewsForce India: Delighted to score points in our home raceForce India: The drivers are feeling more confident with the carsForce India: We have fared better than the previous practice sessions in Korea or JapanDi Resta arrives in India unwell and makes way for Calado in FP1Force India preview the Indian Grand Prix at Buddh International CircuitHulkenberg brings joy to Force India on home soilForce India: A fantastic event which we all enjoyed immenselyMallya slams media hostility at home GPForce India: We’ve been struggling to find the sweet spotMallya: Why should there be even one iota of doubt that I wouldn’t be here?