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Coal India gets Rs 20,000 crore from several states including Bengal, Namal Kendra on the way to recovery

New Delhi: Energy vegetation in varied elements of India are at the moment affected by a scarcity of coal. And due to this, there’s a threat of accelerating the facility disaster (Energy Lower) throughout the nation. In the meantime, the central authorities has mentioned that Coal India owes about Rs 20,000 crore to the states. Based on the data obtained, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, West Bengal have emerged as the largest defaulters. The coal ministry has written to Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan asking them to settle their arrears.

Within the wake of the coal disaster, it is usually being heard that the Ministry of Coal has written a letter in February this 12 months asking it to stockpile coal reserves and extract the allotted coal easily. It was additionally mentioned that the distribution of coal to the states would proceed regardless of large arrears.

Based on the Coal Ministry, states like Jharkhand, Rajasthan and West Bengal have coal mines, however they’ve both not been mined in any respect, or little or no has been mined. Based on the Coal Ministry, Maharashtra has arrears of Rs 3,017 crore. Uttar Pradesh owes Tk 2,843 crore. West Bengal owes Tk 1,958 crore. Tamil Nadu owes Tk 1,261 crore and Rajasthan owes Tk 84 crore.

However, Union Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi mentioned the availability of coal to thermal energy vegetation crossed 2 million tonnes on Tuesday. He claimed that the availability of coal to energy vegetation has been elevated. The Middle alleges that the states, on the one hand, haven’t correctly mined coal, and alternatively, they haven’t correctly mined coal from Coal India, which has led to the disaster.

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