In a latest report, the Comptroller and Auditor-General (CAG) of India suggested that before granting mining leases the government should conduct study the impact of mining on environment.
The report was tabled during the winter session of the Karnataka Assembly at the Suvarna Vidhana Soudha in Belgaum last month.
The report calls for a thorough study for the greater common good on the likely impact of mining on life, lifestyle and livelihood of the communities concerned before granting leases. The CAG favoured designing a participatory approach by involving local population.
The report upholds the findings of another report, by the CERNA Foundation of Hyderabad, on the impact of iron ore mining on environment in Sandur taluk of Bellary district.
The CERNA Foundation of Hyderabad conducted the study on the impact of iron ore mining in Sandur taluk on the request by the Samaj Parivarthana Samudaya, petitioner in the illegal mining case in the Supreme Court.
Criticising the Karnataka government for its failure in implementing the guidelines suggested by National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) in its report, the CAG observed that laxity resulted in “mining not compatible with preservation of environment”.
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