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Friday, 11 September 2020

Jharkhand rejects Centre’s proposed definition of ‘illegal mining’, says will create ‘huge impact’

The Jharkhand government has rejected the Narendra Modi government’s proposal to change the definition of “illegal mining” under the Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, the main law governing mining in India. In a letter to the Centre, Chief Minister Hemant Soren also opposed to the 10-day window given to states to give their feedback to the proposed amendments to the existing law.

“The Ministry of Mines had given states only 10 days to respond to proposed amendments in Mines and Minerals Act 1957,” Soren said in a tweet. “These reforms could have a huge socio-economic impact in Jharkhand. We have responded to the [mines] ministry. We don’t agree to their proposed definition of illegal mining.”

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