Gogoi presses for completion of Gas Cracker project
GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today directed the authorities to finish off the Assam Gas Cracker Project being set up by Brahmaputra Crackers and Polymers Limited in Dibrugarh.
The undertaking has so far accomplished a general advancement of 99.78% and is relied upon to lay the basis for considerable ventures to set up a large number of downstream plastic preparing commercial ventures, the Chief Minister said at a survey meeting at Lepetkata in Assam's Dibrugarh locale.
The Gas Cracker Project is the first-ever petrochemical one in the North East and a branch of the notable Assam Accord marked in August 1985.
Gogoi said that since the undertaking conveys authentic significance, it ought to work towards satisfying the general population's fantasies of the North East and enhance its economy.
He said 136 plastic handling commercial enterprises have been distinguished over the district as the Gas' branch Cracker Project, which is relied upon to make openings for work for the local youth.
Gogoi additionally discussed a joint endeavour between the Assam government and BCPL outfitting the advantages of downstream commercial ventures to take care of the unemployment issue.