Government compromises on Pre-Legislative Consultation Policy (2014) and RTI Act to push forward mining reforms, allege civil society activists

Government compromises on Pre-Legislative Consultation Policy (2014) and RTI Act to push forward mining reforms, allege civil society activists

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published Published on Aug 27, 2020   modified Modified on Sep 23, 2020

--Press release by Mineral Inheritors Rights Association (MIRA) dated 27th August, 2020

The Ministry of Mines has put up a notice on 24th August, 2020 seeking public comments on substantial matters of reform of mineral laws, rules and regulations within a period of 10 days, i.e. 3rd September, 2020. The state governments have not yet been consulted and a 10-day period for the states to respond undermines the federal spirit of the country.

Please click here to access the press release by Mineral Inheritors Rights Association (MIRA) dated 27th August, 2020, which appeals to all the concerned citizens of India to strongly resist such attempts of undemocratic, unjust and indiscriminate processes that the government has been undertaking, particularly, during a health pandemic situation that limits public consultation process.  

For more info, please contact the following organisation:

Saswati Swetlena
National Coordinator
Mineral Inheritors Rights Association (MIRA)
E-mail: [email protected]
Contact number: 9971220062

 


Press release by Mineral Inheritors Rights Association (MIRA) dated 27th August, 2020


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