Monday, 29 June 2015

Rs. 96 Thousand Crores Is A Speculative Figure Not Reality Says VV Minerals India, Vaikundarajan

 S Vaikundarajan and his over 20 years old company VV Mineral came under the scanner after false claims made by a local collector of Tuticorin. After the alleged scam received media attention, the yet to be proven scam is being evaluated worth Rs. 96,000 crores which is a speculative number and not a basis for judgement.

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

VV Minerals Or Vaikundarajan Would Never Support Illegal Heavy Mineral Mining
VV Minerals and its owner S Vaikundarajan are caught in rough waters right now with the claims of their involvement in an allegedly illegal heavy mineral mining scam. However, they are confident that this is part of foul play by the company’s industrial rivals.

Mining has been a profession in India for a while now and part of India’s mining history is VV Minerals’ S Vaikundarajan.

S Vaikundarajan started VV Minerals in Tamil Nadu, India 20 years ago and is now naturally the forerunner of the industry and thus has enough reason to garner jealousy.

Thus as per claims of the industry giant the alleged illegal heavy mineral mining is an attempt of his rivals to harm his business and reputation.

“However, there is no reason for VV Minerals or S Vaikundarajan to involve themselves in illegal heavy mineral mining since they have always been ahead of their times and competitors,” says Vaikundarajan.
VV Minerals was even cleared during the thorough inspection done by the Department of Atomic Energy (DEA) on instructions from the Central Government.

The DEA came back with a report which clearly stated that the company or its premises are not equipped with any machinery that could enable the extraction of thorium.

What’s more, the Central government has now taken charge of the situation since the state bodies are hazy on the black and white rules around mining, if there are any.

Monday, 15 June 2015

The Ban On Heavy Mineral Mining Is Costing The Indian Economy: VV Mineral Mining

 The ongoing ban on heavy mineral mining in India is resulting in heavy losses for the economy and it is time that the state governments brought this to the notice of the central government which has issued this indefinite ban, says VV Mineral Mining.

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

VV Minerals India and Vaikundarajan Falsely Blamed Of An Unrealistic Thorium Scam

Thorium Scam, Vaikundarajan

Introduction: VV Minerals India and Vaikundarajan have been falsely blamed of a thorium scam that has been unreasonably and with no relevance has been pegged worth Rs. 96,000 crores. This comes despite the fact that the DAE has cleared VV Minerals India and Vaikundarajan of the possibility of extracting thorium.

VV Minerals India and Vaikundarajan have been blamed of a thorium scam that is being pegged worth Rs. 96,000 crore rupees.

When all hell broke out the Department of Atomic Energy ran a probe into the subject. They checked and tested the surroundings of VV Minerals and their machinery.

Post a thorough probe the Department of Atomic Energy declared that VV Minerals India has no machinery to support the process of extracting thorium.
Despite that the media continues to name the company and it owner in various thorium scam related articles and reports.

More so, the alleged thorium scam has been pegged to be worth Rs. 96,000 crore rupees. However, none of the reports explain how this number was arrived at.

The 96,000 crore rupees that the reports claim have been lost is a grossly large amount which would require a time period of several decades to come with.

However, VV Minerals India and S Vaikundarajan have challenged these baseless claims in the High Court and are confident that they will be soon in the clear.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

VV Minerals’ Vaikundarajan Falsely Blamed For Illegal Beach Mining
VV Minerals and S Vaikundarajan the Chairman of the mining company have been falsely accused of illegal beach mining on the coasts of Tamil Nadu. Neither do they have illegitimate allies with politicians nor have they been ever involved in any illegal activities related to mining.

VV Minerals India and S Vaikundarajan have been blames of illegal beach mining despite the fact that the mining company is a forerunner in the industry.

In addition to being a leader in the mining industry, VV Minerals and Vaikundarajan have received many awards and accolades for their work.

VV Minerals India need not be involved in any illegal beach mining activities since they have been in the industry for long and are well-versed with all it necessary procedures and licenses.

The alleged involvement in illegal beach mining is a claim made by a collector who arrived at the VV Minerals’ mining premises without complete paperwork and then raised a hue and cry.

The media fired this hue and cry and S Vaikundarajan is confident that his business rivals joined in seeing this as an opportune moment to stub their biggest competition.

However, Vaikundarajan remains confident that he and his company will come out clean of this momentary lapse in popularity that the company is facing.

VV Minerals and S Vaikundarajan are patiently awaiting an acquittal from the alleged illegal beach mining scam.