Has told Vedanta not to sack employees: Goa CM
By Business-standard 06-Jul-2019
Some recent media reports had said that the mining giant may cut jobs.
"I don't know who will get mining leases (in a fresh allotment) as the matter is in court. But I told Vedanta officials not to resort to retrenchment," the chief minister said.
"As and when mining starts, the government will cooperate with the companies which take back the retrenched staff," he said.
"We want the mining to resume in Goa because locals should get employment," he added.
Vedanta Resources spokesperson could not be contacted for a comment on reports about retrenchment.
The Supreme Court in February 2018 set aside 88 mining leases in the state for illegalities in renewal procedure, which has brought the iron ore mining to a halt.
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