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No response to bank’s bid to auction Empress Mall


Nagpur: In some aid for Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), e-auction of Empress Mall carried out by means of Bank of India received no reaction. Now, the civic frame is planning to verify its dues of Rs 47.03 crore are added in reserve price.
Citing dues of Rs 169.53 crore on mall’s developer KSL and Industries Ltd, the Bank of India’s Asset Recovery Management Branch, Mumbai, had launched e-auction of Empress Mall under Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets Act on January 23. The financial institution had kept reserve price at Rs 208.42 crore. Date of auction used to be February 28.

An authentic from the financial institution told NewsTread e-auction will be carried out once more. NMC has to get better belongings tax, water bill, penalty for unauthorized structures and other dues amounting to Rs 47.03 crore from the mall. When it learnt in regards to the e-auction, the civic frame wrote to the financial institution asking to include its dues in reserve price as smartly.


NMC authentic mentioned financial institution didn't include NMC dues in the cost. “We sent the letter via Speedpost. We talked to the officers of financial institution who mentioned they did not receive the letter. We sent letter to officers once more. Now, we will be able to be involved with the financial institution and ensure our dues are integrated in next e-auction,” he mentioned.


It would have been tricky for the NMC to get better its dues had e-auction been successful. “It would have been necessary for company purchasing the mall in e-auction to pay our dues. But it could be a long procedure. Asking the financial institution to include NMC dues in offset price is inconspicuous and correct process,” NMC authentic mentioned.


NMC authentic added coercive motion towards KSL and mall isn't possible for recovery of dues because of keep given by means of Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court.




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