"During his interaction with the senior management of SAIL-BSP, Pradhan congratulated them for achieving highest ever production of rails in current fiscal year and exhorted senior officials to draw a detailed action plan for enhancing production, efficiency and ensuring a zero accident paradigm," the statement said.
Later, the minister interacted with the representatives of SMEs and MSMEs, workers' unions and officers association in and around Bhilai.
A discussion was held with them to promote steel ancillaries in the region by developing a supporting local ecosystem.
SAIL, under the Ministry of Steel, is the country's largest steelmaker with an annual production capacity of over 21 million tonnes.
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