Tripura govt to begin talks to purchase IL&FS shares of Palatana venture: Minister


The Tripura authorities will quickly begin dialogue for buy of 26 per cent fairness shares of the Palatana gasoline thermal energy venture from the Infrastructure Leasing and Monetary Companies (IL&FS).

The 726.6 mw gasoline based mostly energy venture, run by ONGC Tripura Energy Firm (OTPC), was formally began in 2014 as a three way partnership of the ONGC, the IDFC, the IL&FS and the Tripura authorities.

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“The state of Tripura owns 0.5 per cent share within the venture. We now have come to know from the central authorities that the IL&FS will offload its complete 26 per cent share. We’re within the strategy of opening dialogue with them to purchase all of the shares as a result of the Palatana energy venture is a really worthwhile firm,” Legislation Minister Ratan Lal Nath instructed reporters.

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The ministry of energy allotted over 58 per cent power from the Palatana venture to north japanese states. Out of Tripuras share within the initiatives output, the state authorities is promoting 160 mw every day to neighbouring Bangladesh.

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The IL&FS bought 26 per cent fairness shares at Rs 291.20 crore. With improve in worth, the fairness shares are actually estimated at Rs 300 crores, Nath stated. The minister claimed that the worth of the shares is prone to respect in future.


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