Posted:Wed Dec 15 2010, 03:59 hrs
Citing lack of clearance, largescale environmental degradation and “other related issues”, the Ministry of Environment and Forests on Tuesday said that its November 25 order to “stop project activities” at Lavasa hill-city in Maharashtra will continue “till the final analysis is undertaken by the ministry”.
However, in Tuesday’s order issued by Dr Nalini Bhat, an adviser in the ministry’s Impact Assessment Division, who had heard the representatives of Lavasa and National Alliance for Peoples Movement (NAPM) last week, the ministry offered to hear Lavasa’s views again on December 22, underlining that “an order could be expected on or before December 31”.
The order, which summarised the views presented by the contesting parties before the Ministry, included lack of “proper traffic studies,” and issues related with “waste water management, construction debris, the waste generated through existing operational units and energy conservation including use of alternative source of energy” at the project site under the category of “other related issues” — given as reasons why work should not resume at the site.
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