Rs 6.3 million tonne expansion project of RINL in the list
Visakha City, October 27, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the city in the month of November / December is likely to inaugurate the 6.3 million tonne expansion project of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited that was completed with internal accruals at a cost of Rs.12,400 crore.
In the schedule that is likely to be finalized after Bihar elections included commission of the country’s first underground cavern for storage of petroleum reserves. Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd., has completed the work with a capacity of 1.33 million tonne at a cost of Rs.1,178 crore.
The Prime Minister has also been approached to dedicate the 1,040 MW coal fired power plant of Hinduja National Power Corporation at Palaval.