No public was allowed, but public hearing was successful...

Jagat Madi from Jadugoda in Jharkhand says the official from Pollution Control Board has said that after yesterday’s successful public hearing the lease renewal for Uranium mining will be given to Uranium Corporation of India. He says yesterday not only people but press was also prevented from attending the public hearing. No mandatory study was given to people’s representatives and whatever took place in the name of hearing was unconstitutional. For for madi ji can be reached at 08877006654

Posted on: May 27, 2011. Tags: Jagat Madi

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