Farmers’ agitation an indirect political force majeure event, says NHAI

Elvera Bartels

The effects of the on-heading farmers’ agitation in selected sections of the place has been “considered as oblique political drive majeure event” by the Countrywide Highways Authority of India (NHAI), allowing build-work and transfer (BOT) toll operators of highways to declare reduction as stipulated in the product concession arrangement (MCA) for tasks adopted from 2009.

For tasks in which clauses related to drive majeure vary from the product concession arrangement, respective clauses of undertaking specific concession agreements shall prevail, the NHAI stated in a July 2 coverage round on forceful stoppage of toll selection at toll plazas on national highways thanks to the farmers stir.

The product concession arrangement defines oblique political function as “any civil commotion, boycott or political agitation which helps prevent selection of rate by the concessionaire for an aggregate time period exceeding 7 (seven) days in an accounting calendar year”.

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