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Wants to 'hive off' Yamuna Expressway project in order to generate money: Jaypee to SC

All India Radio Friday, 13 October 2017
The embattled Jaypee group today informed the Supreme Court that it wants to "hive off" the multi-crore Yamuna Expressway in order to generate money. Jaypee Associates told the apex court that it has an offer worth Rs 2,500 crore and sought permission to give the project to another party.
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