Mukul Agrawal-Backed Small Cap Stock Jumps After Bagging ₹100-Cr Order

Shares J. Kumar Infraprojects Limited received a bump in early trade on Monday after the company announced bagging a massive order.

What Happened: The company on Monday informed the exchanges that it had received a letter of acceptance from Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA). The project is for the design, supply, fabrication and erection of pre-engineering building structural steel works and the execution of internal & external architectural finishings, and plumbing works including interior fitouts for five elevated stations of the Mumbai Metro Rail Project.

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The order is worth ₹99.29 crore. Last month, the company announced bagging a massive ₹3,000 crore order for the design construction and operation of a twin tunnel from Film City Goregaon to Khindipada (Amar Nagar) Mulund including Box Tunnel at Film City, from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. The order is won by a JV between J. Kumar Infra and NCC, which is an associate company of J. Kumar Infra. The total size of the order is over ₹6,000 crore.

Price Action: Shares of J. Kumar Infra were up 2.10% to trade at ₹438 in early trade on Monday. Mukul Agrawal owns a 2.64% stake in the company.

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