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The order has to be stayed SC on eviction

The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed an order by the Delhi high court directing eviction of residents from central-government allotted flats at south Delhi’s Sujan Singh Park and the payment of rent dues to the landlord Sir Sobha Singh and Sons Private Limited.

Sir Sobha Singh & Sons Private Limited the heirs of Sir Sobha Singh who originally obtained the perpetual lease in 1945 to construct 84 flats over 7.58 acres of land in north and south Sujan Singh Park near Khan Market.

The high court directed the central government to vacate five single-bedroom flats nine double-bedroom flats 39 servants quarters and 25 garages situated in North and South Sujan Singh Park.

Solicitor general Tushar Mehta appearing for Centre demanded stay on the high court order. They are sending bouncers to evict us. The top court directed the private firm to file a response in four weeks.

We cannot permit this to happen.

Singh and Sons Private Limited contested the Centre’s position and pointed out the two-year delay by the Centre in filing an appeal.

The Court said It is a perpetual lease. The government is not your tenant. They are equal holders to the lease.

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