Tuesday, 14 July 2015

VV Mineral Vaikundarajan Not Involved In Illegal Heavy Mineral Mining In An State

When a two decades old company comes under the scanner for illegal heavy mineral mining there are only two ways in which the matter can be viewed. One, the claims are true and that party under the scanner is at fault. The other possible perspective is of the company being framed for its success by petty rivals.

S Vaikundarajan was a young man with an aspiration to start something of his own. He fell into the mining business around the time when the laws around heavy mineral mining and export had just begun to be formed and applied.

Up until early 80’s only the government indulged in heavy mineral mining. However, later on when it became possible for even private miners to indulge in heavy mineral export, VV Mineral Vaikundarajan was the first one to avail the benefits.

Being a self-motivated individual, Vaikundarajan has come a long way in becoming the pioneer of the mining industry and thus has earned himself a name, goodwill and inevitable rivals.

Thus, in 2013 the company and the down-to-earth man behind the success was brought under the scanner for alleged illegal beach mining activities.

Having found no basis in reality for the matter VV Mineral Vaikundarajan  continues to receive blame for not just illegal heavy mineral mining but illegal beach sand mining as well.

Vaikundarajan is also being held responsible for coastal erosion, health complications cropping up in mining villages and more.

However, VV Mineral Vaikundarajan has challenged the matter in the state High Court and is hopeful of a positive outcome.

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