High Court orders new tender for school items
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Responding to a PIL by MNS corporator Sandip Deshpande, Bombay High Court (HC) has given BMC time till February 7 to draft a new tender policy to procure school items to deter alleged cartelization.
Its order Friday indicated BMC had suggested in an affidavit modifications to enable a better response in procuring school items.
In the interim order, HC also asked the petitioner to point out cartelisation. The court will consider suggestions to improve the tendering process.
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