Bhubaneswar: The Congress has strongly condemned the BJD and BJP for strengthening the Nilachal Steel Corporation, known as a milestone in the Odisha Shiva world, to strengthen private companies. A press conference at the PCC office today in the presence of former finance minister and senior Congress leader Shri Panchanan Kanungo, senior leader Gyandev Bevra and spokesperson Prashant Shatapathi slammed both the Center and the state government for the strength of the Nilachal Steel Corporation. “At the grassroots level, although the BJD and the BJP are clearly playing a role in the conflict, the two are united and agree to the state’s low-key, low-cost, low-cost, factory-built curve,” he said. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. By sacrificing the interests of the state, both the BJP and the BJD are fighting for their own interests. This is evident from the contract for a profitable factory in the state – Nilachal Steel.
A high-level meeting of both the central and state governments on August 27 to discuss the sale of the art of clear indication of the party’s offensive memorandum. The meeting was attended by Union Ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Piyush Goel and Barabip Singh Puri, Minister of State for Home Ghar Mallick and Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy at 4 pm on August 13, 2020. In the meantime, the field is ready to go one step further. The Secretary-General is in a state of shock. He said the factory had prepared valuable mines, water supplies, valuable land and better communication systems. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. The mining, which was found, began in February and March. The plant has a total area of 874.29 hectares and has a storage capacity of 110 million tonnes of iron ore, with a lead content of more than 65%. The mine has been cleared of forest for more than 50 years.
Why is the Gaganjau Center a subordinate organization, so why didn’t the Center prioritize the BJP or the BJP? The Nilachal Steel Corporation should have taken over a state-owned enterprise operating in Odisha, such as the 4S. “It simply came to our notice then. The answer should be Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in front of the people of Odisha. The government will have to pay around Rs 4,000 crore for Andhra Pradesh. Why pay for it? Can’t the state government arrange for mass and guarantees to run such a large factory like Nilachal Steel? This is a big question mark today. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik himself needs to give the answer to the people of the state. The state is selling profitable mills and raising unemployment, while Tirtol is also promising to improve in Balasore. What could be more ironic than that? The state government should keep a record of this in the hands of the people of the state.