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NHPC earns Rs. 13645.41 cr from 390 MW Dool Hasti HEP
11/28/2020 10:15:12 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Nov 28: In reply to a Right to Information (RTI) filled by Advocate Faheem Shokat Butt, National Hydro Power Project Corporation (NHPC) Limited has submitted that the Corporation has so far earn Rs. 13645.41 crores since the 390 MW Dool Hasti Power Project in Kishtwar District has started its power generation.
The NHPC said that the project was commissioned in 2007-08 and till 2019-20 has earned an amount of Rs.13645.41 Crore against the cost of Rs. 5228.49 Crore incurred on the execution of the said project. In response to quarry on whether any Memorandum of Agreement/Understanding has been executed between the Government of India and erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, the reply from the J K Singh, General Manager cum Public Relationship Officer RTI had stated that no MoU or agreement has been signed.
The RTI reply said that there is also no proposal available with the Government of India with regard to transfer of Dool-Hasti Power Project to Government of Jammu and Kashmir. It is pertinent to mention that the MoU between the Government of India and Government of Jammu and Kashmir has reportedly been misplaced from the record file and in this regard the Government of Jammu and Kashmir also constituted the high level committee to look into the issue, but surprisingly even after several years, the copy of the agreement has not been traced.
Speaking to Early Times, Advocate Butt said that it is impossible to execute the power project or any other project without any agreement between the two government adding that the NHPC should fix a share of its revenue earn from the power project for the welfare of Kishtwar district. He said that he is exploring the option to carry forward the matter so that local inhabitants and the population surrounding the power project could be benefited.
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