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Old November 4th, 2017, 10:44 AM
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The Fertilizer Ministry has chosen to surrender the feeble Haldia unit of Hindustan Fertilizer Corp (HFCL) in West Bengal and would soon approach the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) for its conclusion. "Keeping in see the quantity of urea plants as of now in pipeline in the nation and the normal independence in urea by the year 2021-22, the Haldia unit of HFCL may not be restored," says a service note dated July 31. It says a proposition on the same had been set up for CCEA endorsement.

The Haldia conclusion choice comes only three months after compost serve Ananth Kumar guaranteed the recovery of all shut manure extends under a two dimensional technique to acknowledge Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of 'Manure Security for Food Security'.

On April 27, after a joint audit meeting on restoration gets ready for shut manure ventures, said that the NDA's two dimensional system was "existing compost limit growth by expanding the productivity of the plants and recovery of shut compost ventures".
Notwithstanding, the compost service's July note is adequately evident that HFCL would need to destroy and arrange the plant and hardware at Haldia unit inside this financial year with the assistance of MSTC Ltd and hand over the start to Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT).

It said HFCL and KoPT would survey the estimation of the structures and foundation on township arrive with the last paying that evaluation to HFCL. "Land would be given over alongside different superstructures after installment of costs in light of the valuation guaranteed by the administration enlisted certifier (MSTC Ltd)."

Help has been accommodated Central government undertaking HFCL as it would need to pay an immaterial Rs 1.82 crore as ostensible rent lease accumulated until March 2017 to KoPT with a waiver of expanded lease, punishment and intrigue which would have raised the outgo to Rs 423.66 crore.
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