In the wake of a court decision, Tata Steel quarters occupied by Congress leader Shibu Singh and his family in Jamshedpur have been vacated.
JAMSHEDPUR – After a long-standing legal dispute, the quarters in Sakchi police station area of Jamshedpur, occupied by Congress leader Shibu Singh and his family, were vacated today.
These quarters, owned by Tata Steel, have been in the possession of the Singh family for several years.
Shibu Singh’s father, a long-serving employee of Tata Steel, continued to occupy the quarters even after retirement.
Additionally, the location was being used as an office for the Congress party, sources said.
Tata Steel lodged a legal case for the eviction of the quarters, resulting in a decision in their favor. Consequently, the quarters were emptied today under the supervision of police and administrative officials. The eviction operation was met with protests, but the authorities successfully cleared the quarters.