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AGI Infra Development Agreement with ABS Builders for Project at Chandigarh

This post is taken from IIFL Securities story (source).

ABS Builders & Promoters LLP has offered the rights to develop FAR measuring 625000 Sq fts in the project being developed by it at Village Sohana, District SAS Nagar (Mohali) in the State of Punjab.

The proposed development agreement will help the company to expand its business operations outside the city of Jalandhar and entering into new geography in SAS Nagar (Mohali), Near Chandigarh.

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