The Supreme Court docket on Friday requested Haryana authorities discom to pay Rs 1,408 crore to Adani Energy by June 28 to clear a part of dues the non-public firm estimates to be at Rs 3,835 crore.
Adani was entitled to a sum equal to 50 per cent of the excellent it claims, the courtroom mentioned on February 1. The case was tagged together with an identical matter of Maharashtra State Electrical energy Distribution Firm versus Adani Energy Maharashtra Restricted (APML) and different petitions.
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Lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who argued for APML, disputed the quantity of Rs 1,408 crores and mentioned the remaining due was Rs 3,835 crore.
“For the current, it’s directed that the due quantity of Rs 1,408 crores must be paid to the respondent inside two weeks from at the moment,” the courtroom informed the Haryana discom. .
The matter has been slated for listening to after the courtroom summer time trip. The courtroom, in hearings earlier, has warned discoms to pay their dues, failing which the distribution vegetation can be shut.
The Union Energy Ministry has requested six states to clear their dues to energy producing stations.
Based on authorities information, Tamil Nadu is the largest defaulter, with Rs 20,842 crore dues to gencos. It’s adopted by Maharashtra with Rs 18,000 crore dues to producing copies or gencos. Uttar Pradesh owes Rs 9,000 crore to gencos.