The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has stopped funding the bullet train project of India, citing the farmer's issues whose land is acquired for the development of the corridor connecting Guajrat and Maharashtra, media reported on Tuesday.
A Finance Minister official said that the farmer's protest over the acquisition of land has miffed JICA to stop funding.
JICA has only invested Rs 125 crore, against the agreement of Rs 80,000 crore for the bullet train project. The cost of...
JAVED SAIFI | September 25 , 2018