Senior Congress chief H K Patil, who has always been in opposition to the sale of three,667 acres of land to JSW Steel, Saturday wrote to Karnataka home minister M B Patil, to deliberate on his objections before filing his suggestions to the kingdom government.
The Home Minister heads the four-member cabinet sub-committee constituted by using the authorities on June 26 to study the idea on sale of the land to JSW Steel at Ballari and make an appropriate recommendation.
In the letter, which he shared on his social media web page, the Congress leader insisted on industrial policy, transparency and mines and mineral coverage for dishing out land to big industries.
He talked about that JSW has been accused of illegal mining, and it owed Rs 2,000 crore, including interest, to nation state-owned Mysore Minerals Limited.
To support his claim, he has referred to objections filed by way of the Comptroller and Auditor General and the Karnataka Legislative Committees estimate committee’s file.
Patil expressed subject over the sale of land to JSW Steel at Ballari at a ‘throwaway price’ of Rs 1.5 lakh per acre while there were so many dues had been pending.
He had earlier written to industries minister K J George and leader minister H D Kumaraswamy, asking them not to promote the land in Ballari district to JSW Steel.
The cupboard had these days determined to convert hire of the land into the sale, following the initial agreement.
However, amid a row over the choice that drew flak from various quarters, additionally BJP and inside, it once more discussed the issue on June 14 and referred it to a cabinet sub-committee.
The BJP had held a day spherical the clock sit down in, accusing the government of selling the land to the agency at a throwaway rate (Rs 1.22-1.50 lakh in step with acre).
State BJP president B S Yeddyurappa had even accused the ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition of having “kickbacks” for the sale of land.
Amid the row, JSW Steel chairman and handling director Sajjan Jindal had stated the company never does something “unlawful” or “drawback” to the people of Karnataka.
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