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Gas cracker to be completed in time: B K Handique

Union minister of state for fertiliser, chemicals and mining, Bijoy Krishna Handique announced that the multi crore gas cracker project will be completed in time albeit land requisition is delaying some problems.

Speaking to reporters on Monday in Changsari, he said the Prime Minister has instructed the gas cracker authorities to expedite the work on the multi crore project proposed in the historic Assam Accord, 1985. according to him, land requisition process is nearing completion but there is some difficulties due to some matters relating to compensation.

The proposed project if completed play an important role in the economy of the north eastern region.

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Syed Joheb Ali's picture

Are there any openings related to Gas Cracker Project ?
sangeeta saikia's picture

Feeling very happpy to think that the Assam Gas Cracker project will be able to solve unemployeement problem of Assam to a little extent.
N.K.SARMA's picture

I'm very happy to know that government is giving the best effort to finish up the project in time. This will certainly help many brilliant jobless Indians and most importantly this is a hope for the rise of the Indian economy. Neelam Kumar Sarma student(B-Tech,Mech Engg.) Tezpur University

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