Road sector records maximum number of delayed projects
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Road sector records maximum number of delayed projects

The Road Transport and Highways sector has the maximum number of delayed projects at 300, followed by railways at 119 and the petroleum sector at 90, showed a government report.

In the Road Transport and Highways sector, 300 out of 825 projects are delayed. In railways, out of 173 projects, 119 are delayed, while for petroleum, 90 out of 142 projects are delayed, as per the latest flash report on infrastructure projects for June 2022.

The Infrastructure and Project Monitoring Division (IPMD) is mandated to monitor central sector infrastructure projects costing Rs1.5 billion and above based on the information provided on the Online Computerised Monitoring System (OCMS) by the project implementing agencies.

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The Road Transport and Highways sector has the maximum number of delayed projects at 300, followed by railways at 119 and the petroleum sector at 90, showed a government report. In the Road Transport and Highways sector, 300 out of 825 projects are delayed. In railways, out of 173 projects, 119 are delayed, while for petroleum, 90 out of 142 projects are delayed, as per the latest flash report on infrastructure projects for June 2022. The Infrastructure and Project Monitoring Division (IPMD) is mandated to monitor central sector infrastructure projects costing Rs1.5 billion and above based on the information provided on the Online Computerised Monitoring System (OCMS) by the project implementing agencies. Also read: Smart satellite township to be developed at Jammu’s Ring Road Ashoka Buildcon SPV hands back disputed Andhra project

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