You have very strong ground for evicting your tenant, i.e. i. The bonafide need for the personal use and oocupation and ii. the tenant being defaulter in payment of rent. Thus on the basis of these two grounds you are sure to win the case.
You must first of all issue notice to your tenant claiming the rental amount due for last number of years and also demand the vacant possession of your premises stating your requirement and necessity for your personal use. If the tenant does not comply or refuses to do so, file the suit for recocery of arrears of rent for past 3 years( waiving rest amount for limitation reason) and also file a suit fpr eviction and recovery of possession in a small cause court under relevent provision of the Rent control Act.
You may also prefer another /additional proceeding for fixation of fair/standard rent of the premises, claiming enhanced rate of rent, for the period from the date of filing the proceeding till the date you get decree for recevery of possesssion.