Andhra Bank withdraws insolvency petition against HDIL
New Delhi: Andhra Bank has withdrawn its insolvency application from the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) against HDIL as the realty firm has decided to settle outstanding dues.
“The company has proceeded for settlement of its balance outstanding dues and has made part payment of its balance dues. The application stands withdrawn from NCLT by Andhra Bank,” HDIL said in a BSE filing.
The Mumbai-based developer did not disclose the amount it has paid and the dues still owed to the bank.
HDIL reported 64% increase in consolidated net profit to Rs60.87 crore for the quarter ended September, as against Rs37.03 crore in the year-ago period. Total income, however, fell to Rs163.07 crore in the second quarter of the current fiscal, from Rs223.26 crore a year ago.
Profit rose sharply as the company reported tax benefits of Rs44.5 crore during the July-September quarter of the current fiscal.
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