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BCPL to create 1 lakh jobs in Northeast: Ananth Kumar

Dibrugarh: The Union Minister for Chemicals & Fertilizer today said that the Brahamputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BPCL) at Lepetkata near Dibrugarh, Assam, will give a huge boost to the plastic industry and generate massive employment to the tune of 1 lakh in the Northeast region.

speaking on the occasion

He was speaking at the ceremony in Dibrugarh where Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated the BCPL plant to the nation. He said that the plant, which has a capacity of producing 3 lakh tonnes of polymers per annum, will attract huge investments in of setting up of downstream industries.

Kumar said the BVFCL plant will be revived in the next 3 years and it will produce 8 lakh metric tonnes of urea, fulfilling the requirements of the Northeast. To meet the human resource requirements for the polymer industries, said that the capacity of CIPET has been increased to 5,000 per annum. The minister announced that the campus of NIPER, Guwahati, will be set up in the next 3 years.

He expressed the hope that the initiative of the government under the dynamic leadership of Modi will provide an enabling ecosystem for setting up new plastics industry in Assam.

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