Today, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be here on his third visit to the poll bound Assam in order to provide the state with the e4xtrinsic push towards a better future.
His visit will mark its worth as a push to ‘Modern Assam’ when the Minister will dedicate three projects of Petroleum Ministry worth over Rs 3000 crore to the state and nation.
PM Modi will also commence the first course of Dhemaji Engineering College and lay foundation stone for the establishment of eight engineering colleges with one at Sualkuchi via video conferencing.
From Dhemaji, PM Modi will flag-off the Rs 2,600 crore INDMAX Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit at Indian Oil Corporation’s Bongaigaon refinery with a motive to boost the high-yield of petroleum products from an arrangement of petroleum fractions. This is also part of India’s Hydrocarbon Vision 2030 for the North-East, which targets to double oil and gas production by 2030.
The second progressive project that the Prime Minister will inaugurate today is the Rs 490 crore Secondary Tank Farm with Dehydration Facility and Effluent Treatment Plant of Oil India Limited at Madhuban in Dibrugarh and the third is a Rs 132 crore gas compressor station at Makum.