Wednesday, 24 June 2015

VV Minerals India Has No Capabilities To Be Part Of A Thorium Scam

 VV Minerals India was thoroughly assessed by the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and had been cited clean in their assessment report. The report clearly mentions that the mining company had no means of extracting thorium from heavy minerals laden sand.

VV Minerals India is a 20 year old mining company owned by S Vaikundarajan along with a few of his family members.

S Vaikundarajan and VV Minerals India have been the forerunners of the industry and thus have revered much regard as well as rivalry.

When a local collector in Tirunelvelli decided to inspect their premises without a legal warrant he raised a hue and cry of a possibility of a Thorium Scam.

To rest his suspicions to rest a legal look into was demanded of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and they reported VV Minerals India clean of any means to produce thorium, leave alone harbor a thorium scam.

Yet, VV Minerals India’s name continues to be used with callous abandon. By virtue of being a well-established mining company, VV Minerals India has no reason to be indulging in a thorium scam.

Also, since VV Minerals India has been in the industry for nearly two decades, they are well-versed with the rules and regulations on mining.

If the company did wish to extract thorium then they would do so in appropriate legal measure and definitely not initiate a Thorium Scam.

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

VV Minerals Has No Reason Or Intent To Make Political Connections: S Vaikundarajan

VV Minerals India’s Chairman S Vaikundarajan has come forth rubbish rising rumours about connections between VV Minerals and political parties. He reiterates that the alleged illegal beach mining scam is an attempt to mar the legacy of VV Minerals and citing political connections is just another way of adding fuel to the fire.

VV Minerals India and its down-to-earth rustic owner, S Vaikundarajan were forced to be the centre of the media attention owing to allegations of illegal beach mining activities on their premises.

The company and its owner were quick to shrug off the allegations as baseless claims made by industry rivals in an attempt to challenge VV Mineral’s number one position.

To rest the rumours once and for all VV Minerals requested the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) to conduct a full-blown enquiry into their systems and procedures.

The DAE returned with reports clearing VV Mineral of any blame for illegally mining and exporting thorium since their equipment is capable of extracting thorium.

Thus, it was made amply clear that VV Minerals or S Vaikundarajan only indulge in the legal export of garnet, illmenite, sillimanite, rutile and zircon.

However, now claims are being laid on an alleged connection between the chairman S Vaikundarajan and the governing political party of Andhra Pradesh.

VV Minerals is calling this incidence an attempt in sustaining the negative image created recently in light of the illegal beach mining scam. However, S Vaikundarajan remains hopeful of a positive outcome in the matter.

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Alleged Illegal Beach Mining Activities Uncovered in Tuticorin and Tirunelvelli
Introduction: Claims of illegal beach mining activities on the coasts of Tirunelvelli and Tuticorin by a local collector have raised havoc among the scientific communities of India and all are worried for the nuclear future of India as a country. VV Minerals and Vaikundarajan extend their support to the Government of India in these trying times.

A regular premise check went awry when a collector of Tuticorin was refused entry on a mining company‘s premises since he did not carry a legitimate search warrant.

Since that day until now various illegal beach mining scams have come to fore and scientific communities along with the energy official of Government of India (GoI) are now facing an energy crisis.

As per the three phases in which India was to lay out its nuclear building plan has now been pushed behind owing to the mass transport of sand from various parts of the country.

However, there is no concrete basis on which the claim of an all out scam can be quantified. However, VV Minerals and S Vaikundarajan would like to extend their support in whichever way possible to the GoI in these confusing times.

Scientific communities across the country are now worried about the path of India’s nuclear future and are claiming that a lot of plans may have to be pushed behind owing to the increasing stigma around mineral mining and use of nuclear products.

Due to the alleged scam expose a lot of loopholes in the laws around nuclear minerals have come to fore, causing a straight out atmosphere of chaos.

VV Minerals
and S Vaikundarajan expressed their shock and disappointment on hearing the matter and are willing to support the official in resolving the chaos.

Friday, 5 June 2015

VV Minerals Is Far From Indulging In Illegal Beach Mining: S Vaikundarajan

Illegal Beach Mining, Vaikundarajan
Introduction: S.Vakundarajan’s VV Minerals has been dragged into a controversy that is fast spreading and enjoying attention across all media channels. The alleged illegal beach mining that was accidentally ‘discovered’ by a collector is at best an exercise in rival mud-slinging and no more.

S.Vaikundarajan’s VV Minerals is a mining company that has been a forerunner in the industry for nearly two decades and has never had a reason to turn to the ways of illegal beach mining.

Over the years of their functioning they have grown with the times and employed various eco-friendly processes that are beneficial to the surroundings of their mining areas as well as the process of mining itself.
Illegal beach mining is for those companies who do not have a standing and feel the need to resort to unethical practices. On the other hand VV Minerals has always been on the correct side of the law.

They have always maintained a great record and even won national, international and regional accolades for their quality, quantity and ideology of work.

On the basis of VV Mineral’s clean history, it seems almost absurd that the beach mining giant is now being pulled into an illegal beach mining scam at the hands of ignorant officials.

Vaikundarajan remains confident that his business rivals have come together and really applied themselves to bring to life a fictional scam.

After the AERB has cleared us and declared that we do not have the machinery or the expertise to process thorium legally or illegally, there remains very little reason for VV Minerals to be blamed for illegal beach mining.