PM Modi Inaugurates Development Projects Worth Rs 19,600 Crore in Odisha
PM Modi Inaugurates Development Projects Worth Rs 19,600 Crore in Odisha

Puri: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for various development projects valued at over Rs 19,600 crore in Chandikhole, Odisha, on Tuesday. These projects span multiple sectors including Oil and Gas, Railways, roads, transport, highways, and Atomic Energy.

Among the key projects inaugurated was the Indian Oil Corporation Limited Mono Ethylene Glycol project in Paradip Refinery, aimed at reducing India's import dependency. Additionally, to bolster the region's road infrastructure, the Prime Minister dedicated to the nation the four-laning of Singhara to Binjabahal Section of NH-49, Binjabahal to Tileibani Section of NH-49, Balasore-Jharpokharia Section of NH-18, and Tangi-Bhubaneswar Section of NH-16. He also laid the foundation stone for the eight-laning of Chandikhole - Paradip Section at Chandikhole.

Furthermore, the Prime Minister dedicated the 162 km Bansapani - Daitari - Tomka - Jakhapura Rail Line, aimed at enhancing transportation facilities for Iron and Manganese ore from Keonjhar District to nearby ports and steel plants, thus fostering regional economic growth.

Other projects inaugurated include the CONCOR Container Depot in Kalinga Nagar to boost domestic and international trade, and the foundation stone laying for the Electric Loco Periodical Overhauling Workshop at Narla, the Wagon Periodical Overhauling Workshop at Kantabanji, and the upgradation and augmentation of maintenance facilities at Baghuapal. These initiatives are expected to significantly contribute to the overall development and economic prosperity of the region.

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