HEC moves Court of Estate Officer against JSCA

By Abha Manakatala - Tue Oct 13, 12:51 pm

Picture shows JSCA's International Cricket Stadium in Ranchi.Courtesy:jagran.com

Picture shows JSCA’s International Cricket Stadium in Ranchi.Courtesy:jagran.com

The lease deed conflict between the Heavy Engineering Corporation(HEC) and Jharkhand State Cricket Association(JSCA) has taken a turn with the former approaching the Court of Estate Officer seeking termination of lease of land provided to the JSCA.

In fact,it is on this piece of land,the JSCA had built a state of the art international Cricket Complex/Centre befitting international venue for international matches held there since 2008.The HEC had given the lease of its land as per the directive of the Jharkhand High Court.

HEC,a Public Sector Company,claims that many ‘terms and conditions’ as stipulated in the lease agreement, were violated by JSCA (Lessee) despite the fact that it had time and again pointed out these lapses and sought rectification.

”But the JSCA never paid any heed to any of these advises/notices”,states HEC in a report adding that this means that the JSCA had violated the lease agreement.

As it is,the JSCA led by its President,Amitabh Choudhary,ex IPS Officer,claims that it had not violated any lease agreements.

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