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Thursday, 06 May 2021 5.48 PM IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Kochi, to present projects worth Rs 6,000 crore

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KOCHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Kochi to inaugurate the new project of BPCL. He reached the Kochi Naval Airport around 3.15 pm. From here he landed at the Rajagiri helipad and then reached the inaugural venue at Amabalamedu VHSE School Grounds. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Union Minister V Muraleedharan and other senior leaders of the BJP leaders were present to receive him.

Modi will launch the Propylene Derivative Petrochemical Project of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, alongside the Roll On Roll Off vessel service operational between Willingdon island and Bolghatty.

The PM will also inaugurate the Sagarika International Cruise Terminal and lay the foundation stone for the reconstruction of South Coal Berth, in Cochin Port.

He will also inaugurate the Marine Engineering Training Institute, the only maritime training institute in India, functioning within a Shipyard having extended training facilities for trainees on various vessels under construction or repair, at Kochi. He will return at 5.55 pm after attending BJP’s crore committee meet. The meeting will be held at the specially erected room in the school. He will attend the meet only half an hour.

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