New Delhi, July 03 (ANI): The Delhi High Court today directed the agitating pilots of Air India, to call off their almost two month long strike after hearing the arguments of both the sides. General Secretary of the Indian Pilots Guild Tauseef Mukadam told reporters that IPG would take a call after discussing the verdict with its lawyers. Later, the court instructed the pilots to return to work in 48 hours. Meanwhile, Air India has assured the pilots in writing that they would look into their demands. More than 400 pilots struck work to highlight their demands for career progression and other issues such as training of pilots from Indian Airlines to fly the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, to be procured shortly that the Air India pilots have viewed as unjustified.