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bengaluru: stone quarries, crusher units back in operation

bengaluru: stone quarries, crusher units back in operation

Post two tragic blasts that occurred in Hunasodu quarry in Shivamogga district and another blast in a quarry in Chikkaballapur district that killed six each in a gap of month, Karnataka, had not only tightened its vigil but also ordered suspension of quarrying operations across the State.

Nirani told reporters that the owners of quarries and stone crushers will have to give an undertaking to the authorities stating they would abide by the rules and regulations and would submit NoC from Centre's Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) to use explosives within 90 days.

Expressing concerns over job loss and adverse impact on construction, he observed that construction activities affected the state as the government laid more emphasis on safety measures following two tragic incidents.

"Owners had started laying off large number of workers as they are unable to maintain the stalled units. The prices of raw materials have steadily skyrocketed in the market due to closure of stone quarries and crusher units. Public in herneral finding it difficult to purchase these materials," he said.

There are over 2,500 stone quarries and stone crushing units in the state and less than 10 per cent of these have NoC from DGMS. "For use of explosives of less than two kgs and less than five acres, DGMS certificate is not needed," he said.

Batting in favour of quarry owners, Nirani observed that it was impossible to operate stone quarries and crusher units without using explosives. "Though it is mandatory to obtain permits from the DGMS, the owners are finding it very difficult to purchase, store, and operate explosives due to tough conditions.

Nirani said that stone mining activities ought to continue as owners who have invested huge money by availing loans in the banks are now facing hardship to repay the loans due to closure of industry in the past few months, which would result in turning as NPAs.

"We have devised several action plans for optimum usage of district mineral fund (DMF) for developmental works in the mining districts. Programmes formulated to address drinking water problem, health, environment protection, education, skill development, welfare of women, child, aged and differently-abled persons, basic infrastructure, irrigation, conservation of power and water," he said.

govt decides to resume stone quarries and crusher units: karnataka

govt decides to resume stone quarries and crusher units: karnataka

Post two tragic blasts that occurred in Hunasodu quarry in Shivamogga district and another blast in a quarry in Chikkaballapur district that killed six each in a gap of a month, Karnataka, had not only tightened its vigil but also ordered suspension of quarrying operations across the state. Since the closure, it is estimated that the state exchequer had incurred a loss of revenue of more than Rs 300 crore.

Nirani told reporters that the owners of quarries and stone crushers will have to give an undertaking to the authorities stating they would abide by the rules and regulations and would submit NOC (No-Objection Certificate) from the Centres Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) to use explosives within 90 days.

Almost all stone quarries and crusher units stopped operating following tragic incidents in Shivamogga and Chikkaballapur districts. State exchequer has incurred a loss of more than Rs 300 crore due to closure. Resumption of stone mining will not only garner revenue but also improve employment prospects, the minister explained.

Expressing concerns over job loss and adverse impact on construction, he observed that construction activities affected the state as the government laid more emphasis on safety measures following two tragic incidents.

Owners had started laying off large number of workers as they are unable to maintain the stalled units. The prices of raw materials have steadily skyrocketed in the market due to closure of stone quarries and crusher units. Public in herneral finding it difficult to purchase these materials, he said.

There are over 2,500 stone quarries and stone crushing units in the state and less than 10 per cent of these have NoC from DGMS. For use of explosives of less than two kgs and less than five acres, DGMS certificate is not needed, he said.

Batting in favour of quarry owners, Nirani observed that it was impossible to operate stone quarries and crusher units without using explosives. Though it is mandatory to obtain permits from the DGMS, the owners are finding it very difficult to purchase, store, and operate explosives due to tough conditions. The Mines and Geology department has decided to ease the process by changing the present guidelines and obtaining undertaking for resuming operations, he explained.

Nirani said that stone mining activities ought to continue as owners who have invested huge money by availing loans in the banks are now facing hardship to repay the loans due to the closure of industry in the past few months, which would result in turning as NPAs.

We have devised several action plans for optimum usage of district mineral fund (DMF) for developmental works in the mining districts. Programmes formulated to address drinking water problem, health, environment protection, education, skill development, welfare of women, child, aged and differently-abled persons, basic infrastructure, irrigation, conservation of power and water, he said.

karnataka government decides to resume stone quarries and crusher units, real estate news, et realestate

karnataka government decides to resume stone quarries and crusher units, real estate news, et realestate

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The properties would be soon put on e-auction to recover the money the developers owe to the government, stated the order issued by Additional District Magistrate (Finance and Revenue) Vandita Shrivastava.

Singh said that Barmecha along with Sachin Dutta entered into an agreement to sell with original allottee, Raj Hans Pvt Ltd, for a plot of land inspite of the fact that the plot cannot be transferred before making full payment of lease amount. He said that later on the land was cancelled on account of non-payment of authority dues in 2015.

stone mining, crusher units to resume operations: murugesh nirani - the hindu businessline

stone mining, crusher units to resume operations: murugesh nirani - the hindu businessline

Karnataka has decided to allow stone mining and crusher units to resume operations after work was suspended last month following two mishaps involving explosive materials in quarries in Chikkaballapur and Shivamogga earlier this year. Over a dozen people were killed in these two incidents.

The State has suffered a revenue loss of 300 crore due to closure of stone mining and crusher units, said Murugesh R Nirani, Minister for Mines and Geology. With the States economy and employment in mind, the government has decided to allow operations of all stalled stone mining and crusher units. The Mines and Geology department has issued a circular allowing stone mining in quarries, he added.

For resuming the units, the owners of quarries and stone crushers have been told to give an undertaking to the authorities stating they would abide by the rules and regulations and would submit NoC (No-Objection Certificate) from Centres Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) to use explosives within 90 days, Nirani said.

Construction activities have been hit, quarry owners have been laying off large numbers of workers, and prices of raw materials have suddenly skyrocketed, he said. There are over 2,500 stone quarries and stone crushing units in the State.

Nirani observed, It is impossible to operate stone quarries and crusher units without using explosives. I The Mines and Geology department has decided to ease the process by changing the present guidelines and obtaining undertaking for resuming operations.

aggregates - shakun groups

aggregates - shakun groups

Shakun Aggregates is a crushing unit which carries out its operations near Bangalore Hyderabad highway. It deals with the production and supply of building Stone material. We have a 200 TPH crushing plant in Chikkaballapur, near Bangalore.

The plant employs parallel crushing units, which remove the dependency on any single unit and thus ensures continuous production. Our customers include road contractors & private builders. We are also the approved suppliers of ballast material for the Indian Railways.

k'taka decides to resume stone quarries and crusher units british asia news

k'taka decides to resume stone quarries and crusher units british asia news

Post two tragic blasts that occurred in Hunasodu quarry in Shivamogga district and another blast in a quarry in Chikkaballapur district that killed six each in a gap of month, Karnataka, had not only tightened its vigil but also ordered suspension of quarrying operations across the state. Since the closure, it is estimated that the state exchequer had incurred a loss of revenue of more than Rs 300 crore.

Nirani told reporters that the owners of quarries and stone crushers will have to give an undertaking to the authorities stating they would abide by the rules and regulations and would submit NoC (No-Objection Certificate) from Centres Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) to use explosives within 90 days.

Almost all stone quarries and crusher units stopped operating following tragic incidents in Shivamogga and Chikkaballapur districts. State exchequer has incurred a loss of more than Rs 300 crore due to closure. Resumption of stone mining will not only garner revenue but also improve employment prospects, the minister explained.

Expressing concerns over job loss and adverse impact on construction, he observed that construction activities affected the state as the government laid more emphasis on safety measures following two tragic incidents.

Owners had started laying off large number of workers as they are unable to maintain the stalled units. The prices of raw materials have steadily skyrocketed in the market due to closure of stone quarries and crusher units. Public in herneral finding it difficult to purchase these materials, he said.

There are over 2,500 stone quarries and stone crushing units in the state and less than 10 per cent of these have NoC from DGMS. For use of explosives of less than two kgs and less than five acres, DGMS certificate is not needed, he said.

Batting in favour of quarry owners, Nirani observed that it was impossible to operate stone quarries and crusher units without using explosives. Though it is mandatory to obtain permits from the DGMS, the owners are finding it very difficult to purchase, store, and operate explosives due to tough conditions. The Mines and Geology department has decided to ease the process by changing the present guidelines and obtaining undertaking for resuming operations, he explained.

Nirani said that stone mining activities ought to continue as owners who have invested huge money by availing loans in the banks are now facing hardship to repay the loans due to closure of industry in the past few months, which would result in turning as NPAs.

We have devised several action plans for optimum usage of district mineral fund (DMF) for developmental works in the mining districts. Programmes formulated to address drinking water problem, health, environment protection, education, skill development, welfare of women, child, aged and differently-abled persons, basic infrastructure, irrigation, conservation of power and water, he said.

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