Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to the poll-bound states of Assam and West Bengal on Monday to launch and lay the muse stones of several projects. The PMO stated he’ll dedicate to the nation vital projects of the oil and gasoline sector in an occasion organised at Silapathar in Assam, and in addition inaugurate and lay the muse stones of engineering faculties through the occasion. Later in the day, he’ll inaugurate several railway projects at Hooghly in West Bengal.
In Assam, the PMO stated, Modi will inaugurate the INDMAX unit at Indian Oil’s Bongaigaon refinery, Oil India Limited’s secondary tank farm at Dibrugarh and a gasoline compressor station at Hebeda village in Tinsukia.
He may also inaugurate the Dhemaji Engineering College and lay the muse stone for Sualkuchi Engineering College.
These projects will usher in an period of vitality safety and prosperity, and open vivid avenues of alternative for native youth, the PMO stated, asserting that they’re in line with Modi’s imaginative and prescient of “Purvodaya” to drive japanese India’s socio-economic progress.
The INDMAX unit at Bongaigaon leverages the know-how developed indigenously to produce a better LPG and high-octane gasoline yield from heavy feedstocks.
The unit will improve the refinery’s crude processing capability from 2.35 MMTPA (million metric tonnes every year) to 2.7 MMTPA.
Its commissioning may also considerably improve LPG manufacturing from 50 TMT (thousand metric tonnes) to 257 TMT and motor spirit (Petrol) manufacturing from 210 TMT to 533 TMT.
In Bengal, the prime minister will inaugurate the extension of the metro railway from Noapara to Dakshineswar, and flag off the primary service on this stretch. The PMO stated this 4.1-km extension has been constructed at a value of Rs 464 crore and is totally funded by the central authorities.
This extension will ease up entry to the 2 world-famous Kali temples at Kalighat and Dakshineswar for lakhs of vacationers and devotees, it famous.
Modi may also inaugurate a 3rd line between Kalaikunda and Jhargram over a stretch of 30 km of the 132-km-long Kharagpur-Adityapur third line venture of the south japanese railway, which was sanctioned with an estimated price of Rs 1,312 crore.
The 4 stations between Kalaikunda and Jhargram have been redeveloped by establishing 4 new station buildings, six new foot over bridges and eleven new platforms, together with the renovation of the prevailing infrastructure, the PMO stated.
This will assist guarantee seamless motion of passenger and freight trains on the Howrah-Mumbai trunk route, it added.