The Meghalaya cabinet approved a proposal made by the Mining and Geology department to exclusively follow up with different ministries of the Centre to ensure that coal mining resumed in the state at the earliest. Chief Minister Mukul Sangma said the department is tasked to prevail upon the Centre to exempt the operation part of the Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973 and Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act in the scheduled areas of the state. Section 3 of the Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973 states that the ´right, title and interest of the owners in relation to the coal mines ... shall stand transferred to, and shall vest absolutely in the Central government free from all encumbrances.´ However, the Chief Minister said, ´By invoking Para 12 A (b) of the Sixth Schedule through a Presidential notification, the state will be exempted from the said acts and its applicability in Meghalaya.´ The Chief Minister said his government has suffered directly and indirectly from the ban on extraction and transportation of coal and hence the state Legislative Assembly had last year adopted the resolution.
Contact: Government of Meghalaya
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