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sonykongara, June 22, 2016 in Politics and Daily News
50 sq km is a lot of land(12000 acres). let them finish at least two. one at Vizag and another at Kakinada instead of trying the whole 640 sq km stretch.
The Petroleum, Chemicals, Petro-chemical Investment Region (PCPIR) will certainly come up in Andhra Pradesh and there is no rethinking on the project, Sushma Rath, the Joint Secretary in the Union Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, has asserted.
She was responding to questions by reporters here on Thursday after participating in a ceremony in Andhra University to mark the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE) and IIT, Kharagpur, the mentoring institute.
Scotching speculation in the local media that the PCPIR project, originally proposed between Visakhapatnam and Kakinada, had been shelved or shifted to other States, she said the location had to be decided yet. "There are certain issues to be resolved and it is not yet finalised whether it should be in the Vizag-Kakinada region, as originally envisaged, or near Machilipatnam. But it will be in AP," she said.
It may be noted that originally the PCPIR was proposed to be located between Visakhapatnam and Kakinada, and the former prime minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, first made the announcement at the Visakhapatnam steel plant that PCPIR would be set up in the then undivided State.
However, for various reasons, the project had not really taken off and one of the main reasons is that there is really no anchor (main) unit for the proposed PCPIR. It has led to speculation of late that the project might have been shelved.
Eppudu vosthundi ayya idi ??? idi vosthe atleast another 5000 direct jobs vosthayi local ga.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today announced that the petrochemical complex which would come up here with the investment of Rs 35,000 crore would create a lot of employment opportunities for the local educated youths.Naidu was speaking after flagging off 'Swachha Andhra Pradesh' campaign here.
The petrochemical complex will change the economy of entire East Godavari district, he said.He alleged that the opposition parties were trying to create hurdles in the way of every project to gain political mileage, may it be the capital city Amaravathi or the Pattiseema project.He was determined to go ahead with all developmental projects, he said.Naidu reiterated commitment made in the election manifesto that Kapu community would be provided reservations.Referring to a request made by Kakinada MLA Kondabau, the CM said a third road bridge across Upputeru in the city would be sanctioned soon.
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