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Government drops plan to sell Pawan Hans, Central Electronics

Tags: Economy/Finance

The Government of India has decided not to proceed with privatisation of Pawan Hans and Central Electronics Ltd. due to questions raised on the integrity of the winning bidders.

Pawan Hans 

  • Star9 Mobility, a consortium led by Almas Global Opportunity Fund, had won the bid by quoting Rs 211 crore for the government’s 51% stake in the Noida based, loss-making helicopter firm Pawan Hans . 
  • On 29 April, the empowered ministerial panel of the Government of India had approved the winning bid by Star9. 
  • However, on April 20, the Kolkata bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) passed an order against Almas Global for failing to honour its winning bid to acquire EMC Limited, a Kolkata-based power system solutions company. NCLT had sought action against the management of the Almas under section 74(3) of the Bankruptcy Code that could land the officials of the company in jail for 1-5 years. 
  • Following the development, the government had put on hold issuing a letter of award to the consortium.

Central Electronic Limited 

  • In January this year, the government also put on hold the sale of New Delhi based, Central Electronics Ltd (CEL) to a Delhi-based firm Nandal Finance and Leasing following allegations of undervaluation by the employees’ association.
  • On November 29, the empowered ministerial panel approved the highest price bid of Nandal Finance and Leasing for the sale of 100% government stake in CEL for Rs 210 crore.

 Government of India Disinvestment target for the financial year 2022-23

  • In the 2022-23 Union Budget the Government of India has set a disinvestment target of Rs 65,000 crores.
  • In 2021-22 the total money raised by the Government of India through disinvestment was Rs 13,531 crore against the target of Rs 78,000 crore. 

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