Buddh International Circuit Sealed By YEIDA Officials For Pending Dues


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GREATER NOIDA: The Yamuna Expressway industrial development authority on Friday sealed Buddh International Circuit — India’s first and only Formula One track — as the Jaypee Infratech Limited failed to clear financial dues. YEIDA officials also said that the authority has also started the process to issue a global tender to auction the property to recover its dues.

The action comes one and half months after the Yamuna Expressway authority had cancelled the lease deed of 1,000 hectares of land to Jaypee International Sports Company.
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Indian Government refused to acknowledge F1 as a Sport at all. Bernie clearly said the reason was “political” for not resuming Formula-1 in India. Pity to see the sheer investment that has gone down in drain whenever I look at the current condition of the Buddh International Circuit. I’m afraid that with several manufacturers opting out, Auto Expo is too going towards the same direction.

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Indian Government refused to acknowledge F1 as a Sport at all. Bernie clearly said the reason was “political” for not resuming Formula-1 in India. Pity to see the sheer investment that has gone down in drain whenever I look at the current condition of the Buddh International Circuit. I’m afraid that with several manufacturers opting out, Auto Expo is too going towards the same direction.

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Auto expo will stay, it isn't going anywhere.
 
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Yes strangely the Indian Government refused to accept it as a sport and termed it entertainment. Globally F1 was widely regarded as the second most watched sport after soccer and here we have a Government refusing to grant it that status.

Pathetic
 
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Yes strangely the Indian Government refused to accept it as a sport and termed it entertainment. Globally F1 was widely regarded as the second most watched sport after soccer and here we have a Government refusing to grant it that status.

Pathetic
High time we need educated people in politics. Oh wait most of them are going outside.
 

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