Wednesday, November 1, 2023

Tata dues: West Bengal looks into taking legal action

 KOLKATA: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday held a gathering with the state regulation priest Moloy Ghatak and other lawful helpers to settle on the method of allure against a discretion board request coordinating the West Bengal Modern Improvement Corp (WBIDC) to pay Goodbye Engines Rs 766 crore as remuneration over misfortunes caused because of the rejecting of its vehicle production line in Singur.

The state is pondering whether to challenge the request in the Calcutta high court or move the High Court straightforwardly.

Trinamool Congress representative Kunal Ghosh said, "The zenith court had held that the land procurement in Singur was unlawful and void. Assuming the land procurement was unlawful, where could the subject of the organization and its cases be? The state government, as far as we could possibly know, is investigating all legitimate roads."

He added, "Mamata Banerjee's Singur fomentation was not against the business. It was for unfortunate laborers who would have rather not part with their various yield land. Allow industry to come up in the land reserved for industry. The place that is known for unfortunate ranchers can't be taken at gunpoint."

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