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Feb 06, 2019
9:25PM

Paradip port to be number one port in coming days, says Nitin Gadkari

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Union Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari has said that Paradip port will be number one port in the country in coming days.

Inaugurating the polypropylene plant of Indian oil corporation Limited Refinery at Paradip in Odisha, Mr. Gadkari has said that his Ministry is going to invest 2 lakh 50 thousand crore rupees in Odisha on various projects. 

Expecting the cooperation from the state government Mr. Gadkari said that work for these projects will be started very soon and 50 thousand employment will be generated. He also said that the riverways projects in Odisha will make the state prosper with the generation of lakhs of employment for the youth of the state. 

Before coming to Pradip, Mr. Gadkari had laid foundation stones for three NH projects at Kamakshyanagar in Dhenkanal district totalling a sum of 11 thousand crore rupees investment in Odisha today. 

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