Ujjain: A single and double bench of Indore High Court has issued an order for auction of the Binod mill land. The money that will be received from the auction will be used to pay a 67 crore claim amount to mill employees.

However, the government had not followed the order and filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the order of High Court. During the hearing, on Monday, High Court judges summoned the government and, in case of non response, directed the Chief Secretary of state to appear before court at the next hearing.

Mazdoor Sangh president Om Prakash Singh Bhadoriya informed that government had submitted an undertaking before the court for payment of dues, but a process of disbursement has not been initiated nor any reply had been given by the government.

Sangh member Santosh Sunhare said at least two employees die every month due to old age, so they had submitted a list of deceased employees before the Supreme Court, he added.

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