MMDR Amendment Act 2015 give only adverse impact instead of positive impact. MEAI Bangalore webinar also reveals.
Jul 30 2021
The MEAI, Bangalore organized a Webinar on “Updates on Mineral Legislation in India” on 24th July 2021. Eminent personalities in mining field participate the webinar. Most of their opinion is that, instead of increasing the production and development of industry, the amendment made during 2015 MMDR Act give only adverse impact. We are the first who point out that, the MMDR Amendment is against our nations development. All are expect that, PM Modi will take remedial action to rectify the mistakes done by Mines Ministry. Full webinar link in the Youtube is attached.
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