In a major boost to the stalled prime infrastructure project of IndianOil in Kerala, the National Green Tribunal has reconfirmed its order dated August 2, 2016 permitting IndianOil to ”go ahead” with its LPG Import terminal project at Puthuvypeen near here.
The project work has been stalled from February 15 onwards due to protests, alleging that IndianOil is violating NGT order.
P.S.Mony, General Manager and State Head, Kerala said in a statement that “The NGT passed an order confirming that there is no prohibition to proceed with the work even as per the order dt August 2, 2016, and hence no obstruction should be caused to the project work”.
In case of any obstruction, IndianOil is entitled to take appropriate action in accordance with law. Read More…
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