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Respite for HPCL employees

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Jan 28 - The official liquidator of the Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPCL) has been directed not to vacate the quarters of the employees of the Nagaon and Cachar paper mills.

Justice Nazm Waziri of Delhi High Court, responding to a plea, directed the liquidator not to vacate the quarters before February 25, which is the next date of hearing. The Court also directed the Central Provident Fund Organisation to be present in the court on that day.

The liquidator had started the process of vacating the quarters following directions by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) that the quarters be vacated by January 31. The employees then approached the Delhi High Court as both the headquarters of Hindustan Paper Mill Corporation and NCLAT are in Delhi.

The NCLAT had issued notices last December to the employees of the two paper mills, asking the employees and their families to vacate their official residences within January 31.

The circular was issued on behalf of the liquidator of Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPCL) asking �residents of respective quarters of HPCL (including HPC Salt Lake Housing Complex) of all locations to vacate their quarters by January 31.

The beleaguered employees have not been paid their dues for the past 35 months.

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Respite for HPCL employees

NEW DELHI, Jan 28 - The official liquidator of the Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPCL) has been directed not to vacate the quarters of the employees of the Nagaon and Cachar paper mills.

Justice Nazm Waziri of Delhi High Court, responding to a plea, directed the liquidator not to vacate the quarters before February 25, which is the next date of hearing. The Court also directed the Central Provident Fund Organisation to be present in the court on that day.

The liquidator had started the process of vacating the quarters following directions by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) that the quarters be vacated by January 31. The employees then approached the Delhi High Court as both the headquarters of Hindustan Paper Mill Corporation and NCLAT are in Delhi.

The NCLAT had issued notices last December to the employees of the two paper mills, asking the employees and their families to vacate their official residences within January 31.

The circular was issued on behalf of the liquidator of Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPCL) asking �residents of respective quarters of HPCL (including HPC Salt Lake Housing Complex) of all locations to vacate their quarters by January 31.

The beleaguered employees have not been paid their dues for the past 35 months.

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