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India to become self-reliant in urea sector in next four years: Ananth Kumar

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In fact, India will be an export-focussed country from the current import-oriented one in the urea sector, Kumar, who was here to take part in Jan Kalyan Parv to mark one year of the Narendra Modi government, told reporters.

Highlighting the achievements, the Minister said the Prime Minister has taken initiatives to reopen all closed urea and fertiliser plants in the country, including those in Sindri (Jharkhand) and Barauni (Bihar).

"We have a target to produce 70 lakh metric tonnes of urea in the country and taken steps to open plants in Assam, Telangana, Odisha and other parts of the country," he added.

According to the new urea policy, the government has decided that there will be no urea price hike for the next four years.

The Minister said the reopening of the Sindri plant would generate 3,500 jobs.

Ananth also said the government has decided to add 200 million tonnes of steel production in the next 10 years to the current output of 100 million tonnes.

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