The Sports Ministry has welcomed recommendations to redevelop the notable Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. A solicitation for proposition (RFP) report put out by the legislature on 10th June expresses that the undertaking will be finished with the private association and will cost around Rs7,853 crore.
The games service says in the record, got to by IANS, that it has "chose to redevelop/create Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi, to open an incentive from ideal usage of its notable wearing resource."
The overall target is to advance the all-encompassing improvement of the arena complex dependent on an indispensable financial base that advances world-class principles for sports affirming to gauges of International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), World Athletics and other such universal games bodies, so the arena complex gets fit for facilitating Olympic occasions and other multi brandishing global occasions, the service additionally said in the record.
Rs7,853 crore is the demonstrative expense of the task, dependent on the pre-practicality study attempted by M/s. Ernst and Young LLP," the delicate record expressed. "Whenever discovered in fact practical and monetarily feasible, the task might be granted on DBFOT (plan, fabricate, fund, work, move) premise to a private element chose through a serious offering process.
While the principle arena has a seating limit of around 60,000, the complex additionally houses an indoor weightlifting amphitheater, three football fields, two athletic tracks, two badminton lobbies, a table tennis lobby, bows and arrows preparing zone, and different games offices.
It was last redesigned for simply under Rs 1,000 crore in the approach the 2010 Commonwealth Games, for which the arena went about as the highlight. The last significant occasion it facilitated was the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup where the Group A matches, which incorporated the Indian group, and two rounds of 16 matches were played in the arena.
By: Suvarna Gupta