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Mining dependents want Amit Shah to resolve crisis

By Heraldgoa calender  17-Aug-2019

Mining dependents want Amit Shah to resolve crisis

Irked with no solution to the mining imbroglio even after 18 months of stoppage of operation, the mining dependents have now urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to urgently intervene for early resumption of mining in the State. The dependents have urged Shah to convene an urgent meeting of the Group of Ministers (GoM) to resolve the long pending issue.In a press note issued here, Goa Mining People’s Front (GMPF) said they want Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant to meet the Home Minister at the earliest on the issue.
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On July 12, Shah had directed the GoM to study the Goa mining matter and come up with recommendation on solving the deadlock.  “Since then, no information or intimation has been received from the government,” said Gaonkar further adding that speedy resumption of mining would help sustain livelihoods and also provide boost to the State’s ailing economy. The GoM, which has been formed to examine the vexed issue of mining in Goa, includes Union Ministers for Finance, Environment, Agriculture, Mining, Commerce and Industries, Petroleum and Law and is led by Shah. “We have sought an appointment of a committee under the leadership of Chief Minister Dr Sawant to meet Shah and present their case to him again,” the GMPF leader Puti Gaonkar said. He said that as per information provided by Goa government a review meeting was scheduled on July 31, but no such meeting was held.  

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