Assam: ‘Modern Integrated Fish Landing Centre’ to be built in Cachar

Under the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, an Integrated Fish Landing Centre will be built in Cachar district at a cost of Rs 25 crore (PMMSY). On Tuesday, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Cachar, Kamal Baruah, along with officials from line departments such as PWD (Road), PWD (Building), APDCL, PHED, DAO, BDO, Veterinary, Soil Conservation, WRD, and others, visited the proposed fishery project site in Silcoorie Ghungor under Borjalenga Block in Cachar for a detailed feasibility study.

The Fisheries Department, Cachar has identified this location for a Modern Integrated Fish Landing Centre worth Rs.25 crore under the PMMSY in order to provide various facilities to the fishers and fishermen community, which will be a noteworthy fisheries project for the welfare of the fishing and fish farming communities.

According to Parimal Suklabaidya, Minister of Fisheries, who spearheaded the new project, a well-developed fishing hub can look into the proper development of all connected facilities in terms of quality assurance of landings, hygienic handling, pre-processing, packing, transportation, and marketing. “Quality ice, dry ice, and cold slurry units, as well as proper availability of infrastructure and accessories, such as quality ice, dry ice, and cold slurry units, would help maintain the quality of the landed catch,” he joked.

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