NTPC to challenge Rs 2,000-crore arbitration award to Jindal ITF

NTPC would have to shell out around Rs 2,300 crore in the end going by the arbitration panel's decision, according to one of its lawyers

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State-owned power producer NTPC Ltd (National Thermal Power Corporation Limited) said it would “take up legally” the arbitration tribunal’s order against it to shell out over Rs 2,000-crore to Jindal ITF in interest payments. Jindal ITF is a subsidiary of Jindal SAW.  NTPC would have to pay extra interest depending on time between the date of filing of the arbitration and when they pay up, Jindal ITF lawyer Manoj K Singh founding partner at Singh & Associates, said. “So this future interest component and other costs, such as the cost of ...