She said 174.84 acre against the proposed 970 acre land required for the plant has been acquired and the process of acquiring the rest would be completed soon.
Handing over the document of acquired land to the CEO of Adani Power Limited Rajesh Jha, Verma said the proposed power plant would provide 400 MW electricity to the state and develop Godda district as well.
Jha said 25 per cent of the electricity to be produced in the pollution free plant would be given to Jharkhand.
The people of Godda are enthusiastic about this project, he said.
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