A TEARFUL Asha “Mrs Ram” Mirchandani said she was a broken woman and felt aggrieved that Government had confiscated her property and under-compensated her by millions. (SBD Media)
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BUSINESSWOMAN Asha “Mrs Ram” Mirchandani is crying foul, saying she has been treated in a heartless manner in being forced out of Liquidation Centre in The City by today, but Government says she has had more than enough time to move out and make way for the new Hyatt hotel.
As she sat in her office on Lower Bay Street yesterday from which she had operated for more than 25 years, “Mrs Ram” said she was now a broken woman.
After Government’s acquisition of the property earlier this year, and several meetings and court hearings, on Friday Mirchandani was given the final notice to vacate the property forthwith since Government would take active possession of it from today. (KC)