Tuesday, 16 February 2016

We Support The Investigation And Will Come Clean, Says VV Minerals Vaikundarajan


All the mining activities in the South have been suspended by the State Government following allegations of sand mining against VV Minerals India. The allegations, however, are not backed by any evidence. The government has currently ordered to set up an investigation team to reach a conclusion.

VV Mineral Vaikundarajan, denied all allegations and said, “It is a ploy by business rivals to defame the company.”

A former IAS officer, V Sundaram had written a letter to the government alleging that it had suffered a loss of nearly 90000 crores through illegal mining. He further claimed to have received threat calls for his comments in the media.

Niranjan Mardi, the state chief secretary, said in his email, “I derive my constitutional right to serve as a fearless whistleblower under article 51A of the Indian Constitution.” He insists on fighting the gigantic public corruptions and demands adequate and immediate police protection from the Tamil Nadu government.

In the wake of these allegations, Vaikundarajan has affirmed his innocence and believes that the investigation result will be in favor of the company. Furthermore, no evidence has yet been forthcoming to convict the company.

VV Minerals issued a statement denying all allegations. "Mr Sundaram's complaint against us is a publicity stunt. He has joined hands with our business rival Mr Daya Devadosan.  We came out clean earlier after an inspection in May and this time too we will come out clean," said the lawyer for VV Minerals, S Ravindran Duraisamy.

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