GUWAHATI: The liquidator has issued an eviction notice to the employees of Cachar and Nagaon Paper Mill employees to vacate their accommodation/quarters within 15 days.
The employees will face legal consequence if fail to vacate the space within the given time.
“Since your employment with the Corporate debtor came to end with effect from 02.05.2019 or earlier due to superannuation/resignation/death or termination from the services of the Corporate debtor, your occupation of the accommodation/quarters occupied by you is unauthorised and you are required to vacate the same,” read a part of the notice served by the liquidator.
“The undersigned hereby calls upon all the notices to vacate the accommodation/quarters occupied by them within 15 days of this notice,” it said further adding that legal action would be taken in failing to do so.
The notice was issued keeping in mind the ‘maximum value’ while selling the paper mill, which would be “necessary to get vacant possession of land and buildings in the premises, mentions in the notice.
The e-auctioning of two closed paper mills of the Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPCL) in Nagaon and Cachar, which was supposed to take place on June 30, was canceled in the month of June this year as no private entity deposited the requisite earnest money of ₹55 crores within June 15.
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