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In a se호 게임ries of tweets, the company accused Delhi-based Mahanagiri Power and Light (MPL) of failing to pay the company Rs.100 crore in compensation for its «illegal and illegal waste disposal at the site of its power plant».
MPL, which is an international company operating a subsidiary in the power sector and is currently conducting a feasibility study, also alleged that Mahanagiri Power and Light (MPL) had issued two cease-and-desist orders to it that had violated the rules and regulations laid down by the power regulator.
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MPL took to its twitter feed to post that they «are waiting for legal order on a preliminary notice given by the district court dated January 20». They also told NDTV that legal action is being taken against PML «after they have been in talks on the matter».
The MPL, which is a subsidiary of Mahanagiri Power and Light Limited Ltd, is the main producer and opera보성출장샵tor of the power plant operated by Delhi Jal Board Limited Limited (JLBTL) in West Delhi.
MPL, in their complaint, claimed that it had sent a written notice to MPL with a number of questions for details about its waste disposal activities at the site. On May 25, MPL had issued a notice for this purpose to MPL. MPL’s response said that MPL was in touch with MPL’s employees and a legal team, who «are working towards a fair compensation for all involved».
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In the meantime, on August 21, it took two weeks for Mahanagiri Power and Light (MPL) to issue a «Notice of Request for Temporary Relief of Violations (NRRT) to MPL on Notice of 제주출장마사지Request for Relief of Dispute (NRT)» to MPL.
The NRRT notice said that «MPL has filed with us a Notice of Violation on a Pune Power plant (M.I.P) site and we have been given 30 days to respond to your letter of the 29th August 2016.»
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