An arm of the union mines ministry, which is hearing
the plea of merchant miners in Odisha, feels that the decision of the state government to ban production of these miners during their lease renewal period is unnecessary.
Therefore, the Revision Authority, which is an arm of the Union mines ministry, said it would issue a stay order on the decision of the Odisha government to ban production by these miners.
The authority said this while hearing the plea filed by merchant miners against the ban. The state government, in October last year, had come up with a resolution saying that henceforth, miners who are waiting for the lease renewal but are operating under deemed extension provision of the Mineral Concession Rule, 1960 must not produce mineral beyond their captive use.
Miners like Aditya Birla group would benefit from the stay order because they had to halt operation at their key mines following the issue of resolution. The company produces about a million tonne iron ore every month.
The decision of the Odisha government was a blow to miners who did not have any value addition industries as they had to halt production till the end of their lease renewal process, which some time goes beyond a decade because of bureaucratic procrastination.
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