There is more confusion than clarity on the auction of Delhi’s iconic Taj Mansingh hotel. MSTC, the agency hired for the e-auction, continued to flash February 21 as the date of auction on its website on Wednesday. However, the day passed without any auction taking place.

Earlier this month, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC), which owns the property, had revised the auction date for the second time to February 21. The first revision had rescheduled it for February 7. The date has now been extended for the third time to March 7 — five weeks after the first date of January 30.

An executive at Indian Hotels Company, which operates the hotel currently, said on Wednesday he was not aware of the new auction date. Executives at a couple of hospitality chains, that had purchased the bid documents, were also clueless.
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