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However, asked whether the move will deter errant contractors, Jalota said, "We will have a strong clause in our tender process wherein companies having the same directors the blacklisted ones will not be allowed to bid. However, there is no way to detect if these companies come under other proxy names."
Meanwhile, the civic administration will also tighten the noose around CWC contractors by modifying the procurement policy which lays the guidelines for drafting tenders.
"The new procurement policy will ensure full disclosure, integiry pact with vendors, best price undertaking, e-tendering to ensure transparency and fair practice," said a senior official.
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