Vedanta claims that Chinese companies funded anti-Sterlite protests in order to capture Indian copper market
Sterlite had supplied 38% of India's copper demand. After its closure, the demand was met by foreign companies.
The company has said that the various reports by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in support of the Sterlite Copper Smelter unit cannot be ignored.
Vedanta group promises welfare projects worth 100 crores in Tuticorin after Supreme Court nodded the order of NGT for reopening of Sterlite plant.
Vedanta claims that the Sterlite Copper plant did not violate any environmental norms, says allegations of causing pollution and cancer are baseless
This has also threatened the jobs of those employed in these small scale industries
The film is receiving flak in Tamil Nadu as well for Rajinikanth's statements on Sterlite protests
Rajinikanth has been branded team B of the BJP by the Opposition
The return of rhetoric: Rahul Gandhi and United Opposition’s impact on national politics and discourse
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