Indian railway cancels 471 crore deal with Chinese companyJune 18, 2020
After the handiwork of China in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh, India is now busy teaching it a lesson. Indian Railways has ended an agreement with the Chinese company. In 2016, an agreement was made with the Chinese company for Rs 471 crore, in which it had to install a signal system on the 417 km long rail track. Earlier, the government had instructed BSNL and MTNL to reduce the use of Chinese equipment.
Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) of the Indian Railways, Beijing National Railway Research and Design Institute of Signal and Communications Group Co. Ltd. Has terminated the agreement with. Under this project, the work of signaling and telecommunications was to be done in 417 km between the section of Kanpur and Deen Dayal Upadhyay railway station. It costs Rs 471 crore.
In view of poor progress, it is decided by Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) to terminate the contract with Beijing National Railway Research and Design Institute of Signal and Communication Group Co. Ltd. pic.twitter.com/CZerMVSwIf
- ANI (@ANI) June 18, 2020
Indian Railways says that DFCCIL which is under Indian Railways has terminated the agreement with the Chinese company due to poor performance. DFCCIL has taken this decision due to the company’s poor performance.
Let me tell you that there was a violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galvan Valley on Monday night, in which 20 soldiers of India were martyred. After this action of China, there is an atmosphere of anger in the country.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Telecom Ministry directed BSNL to reduce the utility of Chinese companies. The ministry directed BSNL to reduce the utility of Chinese companies in their execution. If there is any bidding, consider it again. Apart from this, the Ministry of Communications has also instructed private companies to take firm decision in this direction by thinking afresh.
At the same time, the trade organization CAT has decided to intensify the national campaign to boycott Chinese products and promote Indian goods. The organization has prepared a list of 500 goods, from which it has been decided not to order from China.