As part of liberal economic policy, the government’s decision to sell shares in public sector companies is accelerating. India Petroleum The central government on Saturday sought to sell 12.5% of its shares in PSU.
“The central government India Petroleum The company has decided to sell 1.5 million shares of the company, which is 32.5% uninsured, and has decided to transfer their control over the company to the shareholder. However, the Federal Investment and Public Asset Management Department stated that 1.5% of BBCL’s shares in the Numiselja refinery were unchanged.
The central government has appointed a company Dilit Duchi Tomatsu India LLP as a transaction consultant to take steps to withdraw the government investment from PSU.