Niti Aayog on January 7 floated draft documents, including Request for Qualification and Project Information Memorandum, to seek stakeholder comments on them, which are aimed at paving the way for participation of private entities in operation of passenger trains on 100 routes.
The Ministry of Railways and the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog are spearheading participation of private entities in operation of passenger trains on 100 routes.
In this respect, a draft of Request for Qualification (RFQ) document, Concession Agreement Guiding Principles, Project Information Memorandum (PIM) along with a presentation on the salient features of the project (draft documents) have been uploaded on the Aayog website.
Stakeholders can review the draft documents and provide written comments by January 17, 2020. Read More