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Mining firms plan to plead for penalty review

August 30, 2017
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Mining companies burdened with payment of compensation for over production of iron and manganese ore are bracing to file a review petition in the Supreme Court. The errant miners who were directed to pay 100 per cent penalty for illegally extracted ore would plead to the apex court to hear their petition.The miners argue that since they have already paid royalty and taxes and bore the logistics costs, there was scope for reducing the compensation amount worked out by the court appointed central empowered committee (CEC).”We are weighing legal options available. Miners are preparing to file a review petition on the Supreme Court order. But, the petition will be filed after we get revised demand notices from the Odisha government”, said Prabodh Mohanty, secretary, Eastern Zone Mining Association (EZMA).In its order dated August 2, the Supreme Court (SC) called for recovery of 100 per cent compensation in lieu of the excess ore lifted.Disposing off a writ petition filed by Common Cause ..

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