IL&FS subsidiary receives Rs 1,804 crore from NHAI as settlement

IL&FS subsidiary receives Rs 1,804 crore from NHAI as settlement


An arm of IL&FS has acquired Rs 1,804 crore as declare settlement from the Nationwide Highways Authority of India (NHAI). It will assist the subsidiary deal with its Rs 3,500-crore debt.


“The NHAI and ministry of street transport and highways have settled combination IL&FS claims of over Rs 1,804 crore throughout six street initiatives,” stated an official assertion.


IL&FS Transportation Networks (ITNL), a subsidiary of IL&FS, on March 31, 2021, acquired a settlement quantity of Rs 673 crore for Kiratpur Ner Chowk Expressway (KNCEL) and round Rs 20 crore in direction of claims for Chenani Nashri Tunnelway (CNTL) from NHAI. The KNCEL undertaking was foreclosed beneath the ministry of street transport and highways pointers of March 2019 for incomplete or stalled initiatives.




Chenani Nashri is a accomplished undertaking, incomes annuities, and the Rs 19.6 crore is the declare quantity in direction of change of scope.


Earlier, Fagne Songadh Expressway (FSEL), a 100 per cent subsidiary of ITNL, accomplished its settlement with NHAI beneath the brand new street ministry coverage on caught up initiatives, receiving an quantity of Rs 707 crore.


Different IL&FS initiatives settled beneath claims and compensation by the NHAI until date embrace: Jorabat Shillong Expressway (JSEL) Rs 252 crore; Baleshwar Kharagpur Expressway (BKEL) (Rs 8 crore); and ITNL Highway Infrastructure Improvement Firm (IRIDCL) (Rs 144 crore) that was settled by the street ministry.


There’s a pending settlement of Rs 902 crore for the Khed Sinnar Expressway undertaking and Rs 171 crore for Amravati Chikli Expressway from NHAI.


FSEL, KNCEL and IRIDCL have been handed over to the authorities after settlement of claims. Baleshwar Kharagpur will kind part of the Infrastructure Funding Belief that may embrace 11 street initiatives in two phases.


The assertion stated, amongst FSEL, KNCEL and IRIDCL, IL&FS could be addressing an combination debt of Rs 3,500 crore by way of the NHAI and ministry of street transport and highways settlements.


In response to the ministry’s pointers in March 2019, for incomplete or stalled initiatives, authorities would be capable to foreclose the undertaking’s concession settlement.

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