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Mahant Vijaydas dying: Mining actions to be stopped in Bharatpur’s Pasopa village

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Mahant Vijaydas death: Mining activities to be stopped in Bharatpur's Pasopa village

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JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has mentioned directions have been given by his authorities to cease all mining actions in Pasopa village of Bharatpur and the land can be transferred to the forest division.

Gehlot met seers, public representatives and a delegation of villagers from Pasopa and close by villages on the chief minister’s residence right here and warranted them that each one their calls for can be fulfilled.

In a press release issued on Sunday, the chief minister mentioned conserving in thoughts the demand of the seers, the federal government has already given in-principle consent to ban all varieties of mining within the space, which is of spiritual significance.

Despite this, the dying of Mahant Vijaydas is unlucky, he added.

Das immolated himself earlier this month throughout a protest towards mining actions within the space.

The chief minister mentioned directions have been issued by the federal government to cease all mining actions within the space, including that the land can be transferred to the forest division.

He mentioned earlier additionally, on the demand of seers, the federal government had closed mines within the space and at the moment, the method to shut 46 mines and shift these elsewhere is on.

The delegation demanded that the method be accomplished in two months and the federal government assured it of optimistic motion inside the timeframe, the assertion mentioned.

Gehlot mentioned it takes time to persuade the villagers whose livelihood depends on the mines however nonetheless, the work has progressed quickly.

The delegation additionally introduced its calls for to the chief minister for the safety of the hills of the Brij area and for varied improvement works at Pasopa.

JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has mentioned directions have been given by his authorities to cease all mining actions in Pasopa village of Bharatpur and the land can be transferred to the forest division.

Gehlot met seers, public representatives and a delegation of villagers from Pasopa and close by villages on the chief minister’s residence right here and warranted them that each one their calls for can be fulfilled.

In a press release issued on Sunday, the chief minister mentioned conserving in thoughts the demand of the seers, the federal government has already given in-principle consent to ban all varieties of mining within the space, which is of spiritual significance.

Despite this, the dying of Mahant Vijaydas is unlucky, he added.

Das immolated himself earlier this month throughout a protest towards mining actions within the space.

The chief minister mentioned directions have been issued by the federal government to cease all mining actions within the space, including that the land can be transferred to the forest division.

He mentioned earlier additionally, on the demand of seers, the federal government had closed mines within the space and at the moment, the method to shut 46 mines and shift these elsewhere is on.

The delegation demanded that the method be accomplished in two months and the federal government assured it of optimistic motion inside the timeframe, the assertion mentioned.

Gehlot mentioned it takes time to persuade the villagers whose livelihood depends on the mines however nonetheless, the work has progressed quickly.

The delegation additionally introduced its calls for to the chief minister for the safety of the hills of the Brij area and for varied improvement works at Pasopa.