Proceedings allege add a new twist to Drew’s controversy
Silchar: The statutory notice from the Patel family adds a new twist to the Dru Airport controversy. Kolkata-based advocate on behalf of the client, Sourav Baidya, and the late HasmukhR Patel’s wife, Kailash HPatel, and her son, Anant HPatel, attempt to demarcate land with airport authorities, the Assam Transport Bureau, and the Cachar district administration. I warned you. Doloo Tea Company (India) Ltd will take appropriate legal action. The notice further stated that Doloo Tea Company India Limited was also a party and therefore a proceeding was pending in the National Company Law Court of Appeals that the matter was subordinate.
The Cachar district administration has recently begun the process of acquiring 2500 biga of land in the Lalbagh and Mainagarh departments of Doloo Tea Estate near Silchar for the proposed Greenfield Airport. Against the backdrop of opposition movements and complaints from various districts, the district administration has recently made it clear that it has begun land acquisition under government direction.
However, a June 11 statutory notice from the Patel family claimed that the proceedings were pending at NCLAT and therefore the matter was subordinate. The notice further claimed that Drutty Estate belonged to the Patel family.
The dispute over land acquisition was added with a new twist as the Patel family met with the additional Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary in charge of land acquisition on January 17, not only protesting the takeover of the land as a lawsuit, but also complaining. rice field. It was on hold. The notice further stated on May 5 that it had legally communicated with stakeholders regarding not transferring or bequeathing part of the Doloo Tea Garden without notifying shareholders.