Bihar Dy CM lays foundation stone of IOCL project

The unique feature for the project is installation of LPG based crematorium curbing air pollution

GN Bureau | November 21, 2018


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The foundation stone for ninth project of The IndianOil Foundation of Development of Infrastructure Facilities at Khajekhalan Ghat in Patna was recently laid by deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi.

 
Being built at a cost of Rs 30 crore, the unique feature for this project is installation of LPG based crematorium curbing air pollution promoting environment protection, inter-alia, various other facilities like embankment of Ganga river bank, creation of bathing ghats with protection railings, development of road nearby Ghat, provision of 21 bathrooms and toilet blocks and six changing rooms for male and female, development of covered podium for crematorium during rainy season, landscaping and greenery with tree plantation and power backup facility. The construction work was started in September 2018 and is expected to be completed by September next year.

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