- Published on 19 October 2013
Gujarat Global News Network, Gandhinagar
Chief Minister and BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today awarded degrees to graduating students of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University and exhorted them to become “energy of India”.
Modi shared dais with PDPU chairman and Reliance Industries Chief Mukesh Ambani and BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley. He said that UPA government’s policies had led to power crisis in the country. Power plants of nearly 20,000 MW energy were ready but not able to produce fuel as there is no fuel. Where there is fuel there is no power transmission network and where there is everything UPA’s policies have become hindrance.
He said Indian students need to be global and in sync with times. He exhorted PDPU students to undertake research and make Gandhinagar a complete solar city.
Dudley said that the company was planning to set up world’s largest acetic acid plant having a capacity of over million tones at an investment of over a million tones at an investment of over a billion dollar.
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