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Dubai-based Seclink Tech to rebid for Dharavi redevelopment project

The proposed redevelopment plan envisages giving 350 sq ft carpet area for homes to 67,000 residents of the largest slum

Murals seen on a residential building at Dharavi in Mumbai
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Murals seen on a residential building at Dharavi in Mumbai

Press Trust of India Mumbai
Undeterred by the cancellation of the bid for the redevelopment of Asia's largest slum at Dharavi, Dubai-based Seclink Technologies Corporation has decided to rebid for the project whenever the bids are reinvited.

The Maharashtra government has decided to scrap the earlier bids and reinvite fresh tenders for the project.

"We will abide by whatever decision is taken by the government. If they are going to reinvite the bids, we will participate again. Since the project touches lives of thousands of people, we want to be part of this development," Hiten Shah, partner, Seclink Group, told PTI.

Meanwhile, the Dharavi Redevelopment

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First Published: Aug 28 2020 | 6:18 PM IST

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