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A Wrought-Iron Stand at the centre of a controversy is now being replaced by a Wrought iron chair, according to a new study.
The study by the Economic Survey of India (ESI) says the chair will cost Rs1,000.
The ESI, an independent economic research organisation, has found that a Wrenched Iron Stand at Gurgaon’s Bhabha Atomic Power Plant, which is under construction, will cost about Rs1.4 lakh and the chair at a similar plant at Chandigarh’s Chikmagadu Power Station will cost around Rs2.3 lakh.
The report by the ESI and the Central Board of Survey for India (CBSI), which is an agency under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), has been sent to the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CER) for its approval.
The government has not yet responded to the report.
The Wrenched-Iron Chair has been the topic of discussion in the past.
Earlier this month, the state government announced a Wretched-Iron Cottage, which will cost an additional Rs1 lakh.
The chair will be built by Bhabhav Atomic Power Corporation.
According to the CBSI, in the last 20 years, the cost of Wrought and Wretched Iron has gone up.
“These two types of Wrenched and WroughtIron stand have become synonymous and it is the case that now there is a new Wretched iron chair at the Gurgaons Atomic Power Plants at ChandIGarh, Chandighar and Bhabah Atomic Power Stations,” said Ashish Gupta, director of the ESi.
The chair, which has a height of 200cm and a width of 75cm, will be made from iron and wood.
It will have a capacity of 3,200 megawatts, and will be placed at the end of the power line.
The CBSI said the cost will be paid by the state, which also gets the profits of the plant.
The commission has taken note of the report and has asked the government to provide a detailed report.