Mumbai: Ahead of the Maharashtra Assembly polls scheduled for October 15, Rs 23,136 crore Colaba-Seepz Metro project, which is the single largest infra investment in the megapolis to date, got off to a flying start with nine out of the 14 bidders clearing the eligibility criteria. As many as 14 consortia put up their bids for proposals in the pre-bidding process, out of which nine cleared the eligibility criteria for the 32.5-km underground metro, according to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). The nine consortia, which have qualified in the pre-bid process include Pallonji Mistry’s Afcons Infrastructure- Kyivmetrobud; the Tatas-led Continental Engineering Corporation-ITD Cementation India-Tata Projects; Dogus-Soma and IL&FS Engineering & Construction-China Railway 25th Bureau Group.

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