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CM demands Centre for Polavaram dues

Buoyed by the record-breaking feat by the Navayuga Engineering Company Limited (NECL) at the Polavaram multipurpose irrigation site where it found a place in the Guinness Book of Records for the highest usage of concrete, 32,315.5 cubic metres within 24 hours, Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Monday asked the company to break its own record in three months.

He, however, demanded that the Centre should release ₹3,715 crore dues related at the earliest.

Announcing the record at a press meet at the project site, Mr. Naidu said, “We have gone far ahead of the Indian expectations. I want the Navayuga to break its own record in March by filling in 65,000 cubic metres concrete within 24 hours.”

The company on Monday broke an earlier feat where 21,580 cubic metres was poured in a hotel project by Abdul Wahed Bin Shabib RALS Contracting LLC and Alfa Engg Consultant in Dubai.

On the progress of the project, the Chief Minister said the cost, along with the Relief and Rehabilitation, was ₹58,000 crore as per the revised estimates. “We are very unhappy over the funding from the Centre. The revised DPR should be approved.”
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