It seems it was a busy day for Prime Minister Narendra Modi has he took an update on oil well fire tragedy in Assam and also review Kedarnath reconstruction through a virtual meeting.
A gas well of Indian Oil in Assam's Baghjan in Tinsukia district was leaking for the last 14 days and caught fire yesterday. PM Modi had a telephonic conversation with the Chief Minister of Assam Sarbananda Sonowal. CM Sonowal gave details of the Baghjan fire tragedy to PM Modi and briefed him about emergency measures taken by the Petroleum Ministry and Indian Oil LTD.
Gave details of Baghjan fire tragedy to PM Shri @narendramodi ji over phone. Also briefed him about emergency measures taken by @PetroleumMin, @OilIndiaLimited & state machinery.— Sarbananda Sonowal (@sarbanandsonwal) June 10, 2020
He assured of all possible help to resolve the situation & provide relief to victims. @dpradhanbjp
PM @narendramodi spoke to Assam CM Shri @sarbanandsonwal to discuss the situation in the wake of the Baghjan fire tragedy. PM assured all possible support from the Centre. The situation is being monitored closely.— PMO India (@PMOIndia) June 10, 2020
Reviewed various aspects relating to the Kedarnath Reconstruction project. Emphasised on redevelopment that is eco-friendly and ensures convenience to pilgrims as well as tourists. https://t.co/Xgp7DWMXbc— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 10, 2020
"In addition to the redevelopment at Kedarnath, we discussed ways to develop other heritage centers from Ramban to Kedarnath. The development of centers such as Brahma Kamal Vatika were also discussed. These efforts will deepen our cultural connect and boost tourism," said Modi during video conferencing with Uttrakhand government.
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