The Central government has withdrawn the Jamkhani mine in Orissa from the second round of the coal mine auctions. This was disclosed before the Delhi High Court by Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain. Jain was appearing for the Ministry of Coal on a petition filed by Bhushan Steel and Power Ltd (BPSL) challenging the clubbing of the end uses for the unregulated sector for the purpose of the auctions.
Govt delays coal block allocation to State-run units The government has delayed the allotment of 43 coal blocks to the state-owned entities in what is seen as a bid to leverage the awards to get regional parties on board for passage of coal mines Bill in Parliament.
Meanwhile, the government has agreed to the Opposition´s demand for referring the Coal Mines and the Mines and Minerals Bill to a select committee that will submit its recommendations by March 18.
As per the time line announced by the government earlier, publication of results and intimation to allottee of the mines was to be completed by March 7. The deadline has been allowed to lapse while no other schedule has been announced by the government.
The perusal of list of applicants for coal blocks shows that states run by parties that have traditionally opposed the Centre have applied for maximum number of mines for allocation to their end-use plants.
West Bengal has sought 6 - the maximum among states - followed by 5 each from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
Other states include Karnataka and Telangana with application for 3 coal blocks each. Odisha and Tamil Nadu have applied for two coal blocks each.
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