Meghalaya Government Signs MoU With IOCL

Story highlights

  • The Meghalaya Government has signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)
  • The MoU has been signed to seal the deal for constructing a water plant at Umium
  • The CM appealed the minister to open new depots in Ri-Bhoi district and in the Garo belt

The Meghalaya Government has signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL). The MoU has been signed to seal the deal for constructing a water plant at Umium, which is a beautiful lake near to the capital city of Shillong.

While the MoU was being signed, the Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Dr. Mukul Sangma was present with the Petroleum & Natural Gas and Skill Development Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan. The two exchanged their thoughts over the proper development in the state and how the natural gas and petroleum resources could benefit the state of Meghalaya. It must be noted that, the Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister is on a visit to Meghalaya and the memorandum is signed at the residence of the CM Mukul Sangma.

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The Twitter account of IOCL Assam shared the information through a tweet.

CM MUKUL SANGMA REQUESTED TO OPEN NEW OIL DEPOTS IN THE STATE

The CM of Meghalaya, Dr. Mukul Sangma discussed the status of the petroleum needs with Dharmendra Pradhan. He explained him about the need of petroleum depots in the state and because of the drivers union of Assam, how the state suffers because of the irregular supply of the petroleum products.

The CM appealed the minister to open new depots in Ri-Bhoi district and in the Garo belt so that the people of these regions would get the ample supply of basic petroleum products such as the cooking gas.

Also, the CM requested Dharmendra Pradhan to ask Assam Government to direct the oil companies like IOCL take strict actions against the driver union such that the oil supplies don’t get hampered in the state, and the people of Meghalaya shouldn’t suffer because of the irrelevant demands of the driver union of Assam.

Image Source: Twitter

                                       Also Read: CM Mukul Sangma Says, No Threat to the Government

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