“Whole unique price of implementation of the 1,568 initiatives was Rs 21,59,802.67 crore and their anticipated completion price is …Rs 26,54,818.05 crore, which displays total price overruns of Rs 4,95,015.38 crore (22.92 per cent of unique price),” the ministry’s newest report for Might 2022 stated.
In accordance with the report, the expenditure incurred on these initiatives until Might 2022 is Rs 13,42,535.22 crore, which is 50.57 per cent of the anticipated price of the initiatives.
Nonetheless, the variety of delayed initiatives decreases to 563 if delay is calculated on the idea of the newest schedule of completion.
Additional, it confirmed that for 569 initiatives, neither the 12 months of commissioning nor the tentative gestation interval has been reported.
Out of the 721 delayed initiatives, 113 have total delays within the vary of 1-12 months, 121 have been delayed for 13-24 months, 350 initiatives for 25-60 months and 137 initiatives have been delayed for 61 months and above.
The common time overrun in these 721 delayed initiatives is 43.34 months.
Causes for time overruns as reported by varied undertaking implementing businesses embody delay in land acquisition, delay in acquiring forest and surroundings clearances, and lack of infrastructure help and linkages.
Delay in tie-up for undertaking financing, delay in finalisation of detailed engineering, change in scope, delay in tendering, ordering and gear provide, and regulation and order issues are among the many different causes.
The report additionally cited state-wise lockdowns because of COVID-19 as a motive for the delay in implementation of those initiatives.
It has additionally been noticed that undertaking businesses usually are not reporting revised price estimates and commissioning schedules for a lot of initiatives, which suggests that point/price overrun figures are under-reported, it acknowledged.