The Tamil Nadu government had ordered the secrecy of the pollution board and after the violent protests against the concern of the pollution. The “permanently” group of copper plants closed.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) today demanded a withdrawal of an application from the Tamil Nadu Government and State Pollution Control Board from a metallic and mining giant Vedanta Limited. The state government has ordered the state government to permanently stop the Starlight Copperplate in Tuticorin.
A bench headed by NGO chairman Justice Jawed Rahim gave notice to the state government and the pollution board on July 18, seeking their response. Through the green panel, the state government has been allowed to file a statement to verify the validity of Vedanta’s claim.
The Tamil Nadu government had ordered the secrecy of the pollution board and after the violent protests against the concern of the pollution, the “permanently” group of copper plants closed.
In April, the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board rejected the plea for review of Suit light propaganda, saying that the company’s prescribed conditions were not met, which led to the government issuing permanent closure order on May 28th.
This application sought permission for the operation of the unit and the Tamilnadu government has been asked to order illegal and illegal methods through the order to apply for power under section 18 (1) (b) of May 28. Water law