The notice issued by Joint Registrar Ashok Mahato of Visva Bharati University asks Amartya Sen to vacate 13 decimals of land by May 6, which he allegedly occupied unauthorized.
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Visva Bharati University has asked Nobel laureate Amartya Sen to vacate the 13 decimals of land he allegedly occupied unauthorisedly. Visva-Bharati University has issued an eviction order asking him to vacate the land by May 6 or within 15 days of the publication of the last order on April 19.
According to the government of India advisories and CAG reports, the century-old central institution was in urgent need of getting control of encroachments and also submitted the report to the ministry; the notice reads, “Amartya Kumar Sen and all concerned persons are liable to be evicted from the said premises, if need be, by use of such force as may be necessary.”
The notice issued by Joint Registrar Ashok Mahato states, “It is decided that 13 decimals of land having the dimension of 50 ft x 111 ft in the north-west corner of the scheduled premises is to be recovered from him. Thus, he can lawfully occupy 1.25 acres of land only as lessee (for the residual period of lease) in the scheduled premises. He does not have the authority to occupy 1.38 acres of land in the scheduled premises.”
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