PM Modi to dedicate 4 projects to the nation on Feb 7 in Bengal : Dharmendra Pradhan
Kolkata/Bhubaneswar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate four developmental projects of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Road Transport to nation at Haldia on February 7.
The developmental projects will be worth of Rs 4,700 cr. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan told reporters that the BJP-led government by PM Modi has given due importance to the development of eastern region of the country. He said the projects are 347 km Dhobi-Durgapur natural gas pipeline, LPG Import terminal, the 4-lane ROB cum flyover on NH-41 and second catalytic unit at Haldia Refinery.
Pradhan said these projects will be beneficial for giving the right amount of leverage to the concept of Purbodaya Bharat envisaged by the BJP-led government at the Centre. He said these projects will keep the developmental work in mission mode. The Union Minister said these projects will also directly and indirectly provide employment opportunities for the youth.
The Union Minister said for the first time people of West Bengal will get gas through pipeline and added that the Import Terminal will fulfill the LPG requirement of the people of the West Bengal.
The ROB cum Flyover on NH-41 at Rani Chhak at Haldia will remove traffic bottlenecks on Kolaghat-Haldia Dock Complex, Pradhan added.