Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Indian Government Should Optimise Mining Industry – VV Mineral

Viapar is a coastal village in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin district where mineral mining on beaches is practised with government permission. On August 6, District Collector Ashish Kumar had raided the premises of VV Minerals, but it turned out that he had connections with its rivals. As soon as the rumours were confirmed, Mr Kumar was taken off the case and transferred.

VV Minerals claimed that the "charges made by the former District Collector are baseless, motivated and vague."

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

VV Mineral Vaikundarajan Under Scanner Not Connected In Illegal Mining

The allegations made on his company, V. V. Minerals, India's top exporter of industrial minerals garnet and ilmenite, have brought VV Mineral Vaikundarajan under high scanner.

VV Minerals has been issued a case of illegal mining, requiring the director of the company, VV Mineral Vaikundarajan, to be under the check of judiciaries all the time. VV Mineral Vaikundarajan, has been open to all the investigations even after being a discreet person himself.

Thursday, 3 March 2016

Baseless Claims Of Scam On VV Minerals
The people of coastal regions in Tamil Nadu have allegedly complained against the sand mining, saying that the natural environment of their village is depreciating. These complaints caught the attention of authorities and VV Minerals came under spotlight.

VV Minerals is one of the largest players in sand mining and the largest manufacturer and exporter of garnet. The owner of VV Minerals, S Vaikundarajan, says that false claims have been made and all of this is manoeuvre by the business rivals. The company has been operating peacefully since decades and wishes to do so in the future too. The operations of the company in the rural locality have also created good job opportunities for the villagers.

V Sundaram, first district collector of undivided Tirunelveli, and Ashish Kumar, former district collector, are making baseless claims of a scam worth crores of rupees against VV Minerals. All their earlier attempts at proving VV Minerals’ involvement in illegal sand mining went futile. VV Mineral Vaikundarajan said, “All these scams are baseless and cannot be proved. It is sad that the villagers too are against my firm after all we have done for them.”