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APW charge over plot of land refuted

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 - Buildworth Ltd today refuted the charge levelled against it by voluntary organisation Assam Public Works (APW) that it was a beneficiary of an illegal transfer of a big government plot of land at Dispur Lastgate, as baseless.

The said plot of land alleged to be allotted to it by the Kamrup (Metro) district administration illegally, was in fact, purchased by it from the legal owners in a phased manner in 1961, 1972 and 1984 by registered sale deeds.

Buildworth director Deepak Singh said that the owners of the company are permanent residents of Assam since 1938. Buildworth has a long record of serving Assam through its manufacturing and philanthropic activities, Singh said.

He also maintained that he has not received any news of any case filed against Buildworth and even if any case has been filed, it must have been done with some malafide intention through distortion of facts and presentation of the same in a wrongful and motivated manner. The company is prepared to contest the case in the court, said Singh.

APW claim: The APW has claimed that its allegations are not baseless. A transparent, thorough inquiry by the State government would expose the skeleton in the Buildworth cupboard. And till this inquiry is completed, the government should prevent the company from selling its flats built on the said plot of land, said the voluntary organisation.

It further said that the company will receive the notice from the court on the case filed by the voluntary organisation in due course of time.

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APW charge over plot of land refuted

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 - Buildworth Ltd today refuted the charge levelled against it by voluntary organisation Assam Public Works (APW) that it was a beneficiary of an illegal transfer of a big government plot of land at Dispur Lastgate, as baseless.

The said plot of land alleged to be allotted to it by the Kamrup (Metro) district administration illegally, was in fact, purchased by it from the legal owners in a phased manner in 1961, 1972 and 1984 by registered sale deeds.

Buildworth director Deepak Singh said that the owners of the company are permanent residents of Assam since 1938. Buildworth has a long record of serving Assam through its manufacturing and philanthropic activities, Singh said.

He also maintained that he has not received any news of any case filed against Buildworth and even if any case has been filed, it must have been done with some malafide intention through distortion of facts and presentation of the same in a wrongful and motivated manner. The company is prepared to contest the case in the court, said Singh.

APW claim: The APW has claimed that its allegations are not baseless. A transparent, thorough inquiry by the State government would expose the skeleton in the Buildworth cupboard. And till this inquiry is completed, the government should prevent the company from selling its flats built on the said plot of land, said the voluntary organisation.

It further said that the company will receive the notice from the court on the case filed by the voluntary organisation in due course of time.