Urgent need to adopt an effective policy for mineral development

This post is inspired by 300+ TsuNamo of Amod Agarwal. After cancellation of the allotments of some coal blocks made by the UPA government till 2014, very few of them could be effectively reallocated by NDA till now. As a result the nation has suffered huge irreparable financial loss to import large amounts of coal. This must be immediately corrected.

If there is any legal obstacle in allocating the blocks to private sector, those should be immediately given to the public sector companies like Coal India Ltd. If that is prevented by any stay order or other such obstacle by the firms whose allotments have been cancelled, that should be overcome by ordnance and acts of the Parliament.

If the acts of the Parliament are prevented by the opposition, it must be widely publicized to expose the corrupt obstructionist politicians.

Similar is the case with many other minerals which are being imported at a huge cost.

Development of alternative energy resources must be speeded up taking bold decisions, including import of solar panels and wind turbines from any country, so that import of fossil fuels is minimized. more  

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Land Treasure need to be utilized for betterment of National Economy in order to cater the general public in getting out of paucity and to bridge Earning Opportunities . Research, Development and Quality Control are the the fast needs to be reinstated at full swing in support of Make in India , Start-up-India and Stand-up-India please. more  
District Development Councils are to be fast incorporated with comprehensive authority to UPLIFT more  
Government must focus on renewable source of energy like Solar, Hydro and Wind all over India if they are really cautious about developing india. more  
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On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 7:47 PM Dhanush Dhari Misra <
support@localcirclesmail.com> wrote:

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It should not be mineral policy in isolation i.e just exploitation of minerals without any regard for the environment and the people in the vicinity. It should be all inclusive with an eye to future so as to avoid over exploitation of mineral resources. more  
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