Reports suggest that National Aluminium Company (Nalco) expects government to give it a
a temporary working permit (TWP) to operate its Panchpatmali bauxite mine in Odisha soon.
TWP is essential to resume mining operation by the company which has stopped bauxite excavation since November 16.
The company expects the TWP in a few days as the
Supreme Court has condoned the delay by the company in the submission of its forest diversion proposal for renewal of bauxite mine lease.
Earlier, union environment ministry asked the company to approach the apex court for condonement of the lapse even though it, in principle, had agreed to give temporary working permit.
While seeking renewal of the Panchpatmali mining lease, Nalco had applied for forest diversion one year and ten months before the expiry of the lease tenure on November 16, this year, whereas the Supreme Court has stipulated that a company has to apply for forest diversion at least two years before the end of the lease period.
This two month delay was pointed out by Union Ministry of Environment and Forest ( MoEF) while considering Nalco’s request for grant of TWP to operate the mine.
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