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STANDING COMMITTEE AWARDS RS. 200 CRORE TENDER TO A COMPANY WHICH WAS DISQUALIFIED FOR A 40 CRORE PROJECT

pratibha-standing-1The NMMC Standing Committee recently approved a bid for Phase 3 of connecting and improving of Thane-Belapur Road project at a cost of Rs 42.035 Crores. Ironically Pratibha Industries Ltd. that was found ineligible in this Rs. 40 Crore bid is the same company that was awarded a Rs. 200 Crore work by the Standing Committee a fortnight ago. The Standing Committee approved the bid of Unity Infraproject Ltd., Mumbai for Phase 3 of connecting and improving of Thane- Belapur Road project at a cost of Rs42.035 crores. The said workers include fly-over and slip roads in front of 5 railway junctions and Rabale T-Junction, interchange of knowledge park, Ghansoli’s underpass, foot over bridge at Turbhe, Koperkhairne and Rabale, cross drainage work, footpath, street light, signals and allied construction works. Phase1 of the project included Vitava to Mahape junction stretch budgeted to cost RS. 53 crores and phase-2 Mahape junction to Turbhe junction budgeted at Rs.24 crores. The successful bidder “Unity Infraproject Ltd.” outbid “Gammon India Ltd.” and “Patel Engineering Ltd. Mumbai”. Among the bidders for phase-3, PBA infrastructure Ltd. Mumbai, IVRCL Infrastructure and Project Ltd, Pratibha Industries and Supreme Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, were found ineligible to bid. Strangely Pratibha industries that is found ineligible for this Rs. 42 Crore project, has been found eligible for a Rs. 200 Crore project of NMMC. It may be recalled that in March, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation’s Standing Committee unanimously approved the Rs. 200.9066 Crores bid of Pratibha Industries Ltd. for laying the main pipeline from Kalamboli to Digha and allied works of phase 3 of NMMC Water Supply Scheme of Morbe project.

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