Ports are giving 352 crores for land for terminal land


Chittagong bureau:
The final step of increasing the capacity of the country’s main seaport is to pay Tk 352.62 million in the first phase for the acquisition of non-private land for the terminal, Chittagong Port Authority is going to give the district administration. In contrast to 67 acres of land, the money is being given from the port’s own fund.

On Tuesday (September 11th) in the afternoon at Radisson Blue Chittagong Bay View, the official will be handed over checks to the Deputy Commissioner. Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan will be the chief guest at the ceremony.

According to the port sources, 68 acres of private land owned by 907 acres of land for the non-terminal land listed as important projects in the Prime Minister’s Office. The remaining 839 acres of Government Khas land. Ownership of the land has already approved the proposal for government acquisition. The district administration has started the acquisition process and sent a field book to the Ministry of Land. The port authorities will begin the construction of the delivery yard and truck terminals of Chittagong port, while the 68th acre land administration will explain the port authority. The design work of these two construction works has also been completed. When the builders of the port container and ships and port areas will have a tolerable level The German-based consulting firm Selron-HPC-KSJV has completed the technical and economic survey of Bay-terminal.
One officer of the port
Said, if you are in the terminal, you will be able to make big ships of 12 meters drafts at any time without waiting for tides. There will be a ship with 5000 containers of 20 feet long. At present, vessels of CCT-NCT of Chittagong Port can come with a maximum of 2,500 containers. At present, there are more than 19 vessels in the jetties of the port, where half-a-dozen vessels can board the 6-kilometer long terminal terminal. Terminal will be developed in three phases. The first phase of the project will be completed before 2021.


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