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CM Chouhan calls on Union Forest and Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar

Tuesday - January 19, 2021 2:09 am , Category : BHOPAL


Urges extension of lease period of diamond mines of Panna 
 
Bhopal 18 January 2021: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan called on Union Forest and Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi and urged him to extend the lease period of the diamond mine operated by NMDC in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that diamond is still in sufficient quantity in this diamond mine and it provides employment to people. Chief Minister Chouhan said that if diamonds are obtained from the mines, the state will get adequate amount of revenue and large number of local people will also get employment. The Union Minister assured that the labourers will not be deprived of employment and action will be taken soon.

Chief Minister Chouhan informed that due to the concrete steps taken by the state government in Panna Tiger Reserve, the number of tigers has increased now and today the state has 140 tigers. Chief Minister Chouhan informed that the mine is also operating without disturbing forests and environment and the number of cubs in the tiger reserve is also increasing. Along with this, Amalia coal block in Singrauli district has been allocated by the Ministry of Coal to HDC India Limited.

Forest clearance has been sought by the Government of India in this connection. The Chief Minister said that if forest clearance is given, coal extraction will begin giving people employment and Madhya Pradesh getting royalty revenue will also increase. The Union Minister has assured to take immediate action in this regard – Window to News