Up to date: 06 Feb 2021 20:15 STI
New Delhi [India], February 6 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the muse stone for key infrastructure tasks in Haldia, West Bengal on Sunday at four:15 p.m.
In a tweet in Bengali and English, Prime Minister Modi mentioned on Saturday: "Tomorrow night time I shall be in Haldia, West Bengal. On a program there, I’ll dedicate the terminal to the nation. 39; Import of Liquefied Petroleum Gasoline (LPG) constructed by Bharat Petroleum Company Restricted (BPCL). Will even be devoted to the nationwide part of the Dobhi-Durgapur pipeline of the Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga challenge. "
The terminal was constructed with an funding of round Rs 1,100 crore and has a capability of 1 million metric tons per yr. It can meet the rising LPG wants in West Bengal and different states within the east and north-east of the nation and is a vital step in direction of realizing the Prime Minister's imaginative and prescient to ship LPG from cooking particular to every family.
Prime Minister Modi can even dedicate the 348 kilometer part of the Dobhi – Durgapur fuel pipeline, which is a part of the Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga challenge, to the nation. It marks an essential step in direction of the achievement of “one nation, one fuel community”.
Constructed with an funding of round Rs 2,400 crore, the pipeline will assist revive the Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayan Restricted (HURL) Sindri (Jharkhand) fertilizer plant, will provide fuel to the plant. Matix fertilizer plant in Durgapur (West Bengal) and can meet the fuel demand of commercial, business and automotive sectors, and city fuel distribution in all main cities of the state.
The Prime Minister can even lay the muse stone for the second catalytic isodepirage unit on the Haldia refinery of the Indian Oil Company. This unit may have a capability of 270,000 metric tonnes per yr and, when commissioned, is predicted to save lots of roughly $ 185 million in overseas alternate, the PMO mentioned.
It can dedicate the Highway Over Bridges (ROB) four-lane flyover to the nation at Ranichak, Haldia on Nationwide Freeway 41. It was constructed at a value of Rs 190 crores. The commissioning of this overflight will lead to an uninterrupted motion of site visitors from Kolaghat to the Haldia Wharf complicated and different surrounding areas, leading to a considerable saving in journey time and price of transportation. operation of heavy autos getting into and leaving the port.
"These tasks are according to Prime Minister Purvodaya's imaginative and prescient of boosting the expansion of jap India," the assertion mentioned.
West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, and Oil and Pure Gasoline Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan shall be in attendance on the event. (ANI)