Png landowners launch lawsuit over bhp mine waste

Png landowners launch lawsuit over bhp mine waste

Png landowners launch lawsuit over bhp mine waste

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NEW DELHI: After the Supreme Court in its 2016 direction directed all state governments to ensure protection of endangered species, a group of activists are mulling legal action against the Union environment department over its refusal to provide them with basi바카라 게임c protection of species. AIMIM leaders, who had filed suit against the ministry on behalf of bhp companies on October 16, 2017, sought an injunction restraining the ministry from restricting the groups’ rights to raise awareness of illegal activitie블랙 잭s and ensure the proper protection of endangered species in the state.”He is asking us to pay Rs 1 crore for every year till 2022, which would have been enough for Rs 60,000 crore in compensation given to the companies involved in the illegal activities. It is an absurd demand,” AIMIM national president Darshan Kumar said, adding that the amount needed to meet the compensation claims should be Rs 60,000 crore and the costs incurred would be borne by the society and the farmers.When contacted, secretary general P V Singh said, “The Centre has no role in the action taken by us. We are only interested in seeing the decision of this court.”Singh said that the state governments should ensure the recovery of the money given them in this regard, adding that it is illegal f룰렛or the government to give out compensation or compensation in lieu of a bond, irrespective of its value. “The money is worth Rs 3,000 crore. What is the point in giving bond to the companies involved in illegal activities?” he added.However, Congress leader Pramod Mahajan said, “The compensation demanded by the groups to be paid from the government should be the price of protection of endangered species for all our species. We hope the government will do its part and ensure that endangered species are not endangered again in the state.”AIMIM said it was a matter of concern that all the groups are asking for “compensation for the losses” of species that are threatened by illegal activities in the state. “To be exact, some endangered species may be extinct. They may also die off. Many of the species endangered for our species may be threatened, like the leopard in the Himalayas or the elephants in the jungles,” he said.Deshnukh said there was no justification for the ministry taking a position in the dispute between the groups and he had submitted a letter to the minister. He said while the forest department has aske