Essar Power MP Ltd. Completes Acquisition of Tokisud North Coal Block
Mumbai, March 24th, 2015: Essar Power MP Limited, a subsidiary of Essar Power, one of India’s leading private sector power producer, today said that it has signed the Coal Mine Development and Production Agreement with the Government of India for the Tokisud North coal block in Jharkhand and has also completed all other formalities.
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