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Uttarakhand not to take legal action on Tehri project

Press Trust of India  |  Dehra Dun 

"We will not take any legal action as far as Tehri dam is concerned", said a state government official.

Earlier, the government had explored various possibilities including the legal ones to get back the 25 per cent share from the 2400-MW Tehri dam.

Earlier last month chief minister Vijay Bahuguna had asked the Centre to transfer to his hill state one-fourth of Uttar Pradesh

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First Published: Sun, June 17 2012. 18:05 IST