Mysore, Sep 25 (UNI) Managing Director of the Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprise (NICE) Ashok Kheney today alleged that the Karnataka Government's decision to hand-over the Express Highways project between Bangalore-Mysore to Global Infrastructure Consortium amounted to 'fraudulent means'.
Talking to newspersons here he alleged that the company's address mentioned in the application was false. Even the Bangaluru address was said to be fake, he added.
NICE is the original promoter of the Bangaluru-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) project. The state government, moving a step closer towards terminating its agreement of the project, had revoked clauses pertaining to transfer of lands to the promoter of the project. Later it floated global tenders to take over the controversial project under the 'Swiss challenge'.
Mr Kheney said his company would file a case against the fake company soon in the Supreme Court. All cases related to the project were slated on October 5 and necessary documents would be provided.