“One of the projects is complete now and another project may not be complete before the elections but there will be no compromise on safety whatsoever,” he said.
On the metro project, Chavan said when the agreement between MMRDA and Reliance Infra was signed, there was a clause which specified the provision for arbitration in case of any dispute or change in required.
On the disputes between his government and RInfra on naming and pricing of the metro services, Chavan said he suggested to the Centre to form a dispute redressal mechanism at the national level to resolve any sort of disputes arising in any kind of BOT projects.
“I have urged the Centre that for all the BOT projects have be a dispute resolution mechanism. It could help in resolution of any sort of BOT disputes like toll, railway or the metro,” the chief minister said.