RAIPUR: Union coal secretary
held a conference with Chhattisgarh chief secretary Amitabh Jain on concerns associated with South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL)’s operations.
Ecological clearance, forest clearance, land acquisition, anticipated cooperation from the state federal government in growth of jobs, rehab and resettlement, specifically in regard of SECL’s mega tasks such as Gevra and Kusmunda were talked about in the conference.
The coal secretary stressed on time-bound conclusion of the jobs with shared coordination and cooperation with the state federal government.
The Gevra Mega project of SECL just recently ended up being the first mine in the nation to attain 50 million tonnes of coal production. It is presently being broadened and established to accomplish 70 million tonnes of production which would make it the biggest coal producing mine in Asia.
In view of this, the conference was extremely important as growth plans of the mine include collaborating with the state federal government for expedited land acquisition along with other crucial elements like environment, rehabs and resettlement.
In the conference,
S K Pal
director, technical operations, of SECL, and S N Kapri, director, technical (project and preparation), in addition to leading authorities from the state federal government, were likewise present.
The coal secretary likewise held a conference with the greater authorities of trains at SECL head office. SECL CMD
Prem Sagar Mishra