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.

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