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Ministry of Mines 07-December, 2012 15:41 IST
Extraction of Excess Mineral

 

 

 

Instances of ore production in excess of the tentative annual production quantity indicated in the Mining Plan/ Scheme of mining come to the notice of Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM) during inspections. In terms of section 5(2)(b) of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR Act), a mining plan is essential for grant of mining lease for major minerals. The mining plan has details on the tentative scheme of mining and annual programme for excavation for a five year period, apart from other essential details on mineral reserves, geology, lithology, type of mining, rehabilitation and restoration of mining area etc. The IBM has been allowing deviation upto 20% of the tentative annual production indicated in the approved mining plan/scheme of mining. This relaxation is subject to the condition that the cumulative effect of deviation should not distort the approved ore to over-burden/waste ratio and result in significant shortfall in development work. Excess ore production, which is more than 20% of the tentative annual production quantity indicated in the mining plan, is considered as a contravention of the provisions of Mineral Conservation and Development Rules, 1988 (MCDR).

 

List of the leaseholders who have produced ore in excess of 20% of the tentative production quantity in the approved Mining Plan/ Scheme of

 Mining by the IBM from 2009-10 to 2011-12

 

2009-10

 

Sl. No.

Name of lessee

State

Mineral

Excess Production (in metric tonne)

1

Kalugotia Fe Mine

M/s Veldurthy Mines & Minerals

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

8741.2

2

Teheraisonua  Fe Mine

M/s Tarani Minerals (p) Ltd

Odisha

Iron

800

3

Thakurani Fe & Mn Mine

M/s BPME

Odisha

Iron

393299

4

Jajang Mine

Shri H G Pandya

Odisha

Iron

21322.8

5

Jurudi  Mn Mine

M/s Tarani Minerals (p) Ltd

Odisha

Manganese

616

6

Gunjewahi Fe Mine

M/s Gahra Minerals

Maharashtra

Iron

39945

7

Deolgaon Iron Ore Mines

M/s Modern Minerals Industries.

Maharashtra

Iron

15363.8

8

Katangjhari Mn Mine

M/s Vidhi Alloys

Madhya Pradesh

Manganese

1748.53

9

Hridayanagar Shrikanth Pandey

Madhya Pradesh

Manganese and Iron

1622

10

Pratappur Anand Mining Corporation

Madhya

Pradesh

Iron

168000

11

GandhiGram Gajraj Singh

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

7644

12

Sindhursi

M/s Jai Minerals

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

15064.8

13

Jhansi / Silua

Khatri Minerals and Mining Company

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

36244.4

14

Tigodia Meena Modi

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

10100

15

Agariya

M/s Nirmala Minerals

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

47495.6

16

Ramanamalai-2173

M/s JM Vrushabhendraiah

Karnataka

Iron

1342224

17

Belagal

M/s Gavisiddeshwara Enterprises

Karnataka

Iron

45717

18

Sri Mahalaxmi Mines -2579

S. Sudershan Singh

Karnataka

Iron

187267

19

Honnebaggi Ml-2187

BR Surendranath Singh

Karnataka

Iron

3680

20

Bicholim (5 ML)

M/s Dempo Mining Corporation Pvt.Ltd

Goa

Iron

175038

21

Surla Sonshi (3 ML) M/s.V.S.Dempo & Co Ltd

Goa

Iron

387273

22

Cuddegalavoril Sodo

M/s Mineria Nacional Ltda

Goa

Iron

695842

23

Culna Soddo (Kirlapale) Shri. Prabhakar Sardesai

Goa

Iron

52309

24

Santonachi Upri

M/s Zarapkar & Parkar

Goa

Iron

39117

25

Tembecho Dongar

Shri. Jairam B.Neugi

Goa

Iron

132395

26

Chunimolo 

M/s. Shantilal Khushaldas & Bros. Pvt. Ltd

 

.

Goa

Iron

58520

27

Joleracho Dongar

M/s. Shantilal Khushaldas & Bros. Pvt. Ltd.

Goa

Iron

76000

28

Carcareatembo (Bombod)

Smt Kunda R.S.Gharse

Goa

Iron

297387

29

Gaotona e Dusrifall (Codli)

M/s Timblo Private Ltd

Goa

Iron

369733

 

2010-11

 

Sl. No.

Name of lessee

State

Mineral

Excess Production (in metric tonne)

1

Gutupalli Fe Mine

Shri T Parvatha Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

19643.8

2

Kalugotia Fe Mine

Smt Manikayamma

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

5244.8

3

Ramakrishna Fe Mine

M/s Ramakrishna Mines & Minerals

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

11200

4

Kothapalli Fe & Dol. Mine

Shri M Nagaiah Goud

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

13465

5

Ramallakota Fe Mine

M/s J N Internationl Mineral Co.

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

2190.4

6

Vedulavalasa Mn Mine

M/s M K Mining Corp.

(Vizianagram Dist)

Andhra Pradesh

Manganese

1766

7

Ganua Fe Mine

Shri K C Pradhan

Odisha

Iron

212

8

Guali  Fe Mine

Shri R P Sao

Odisha

Iron

607941

9

Gunjewahi Fe Mine

M/s Gahra Minerals

Maharashtra

Iron

21355

10

Deolgaon Iron Ore Mines

M/s Modern Minerals Industries

Maharashtra

Iron

5184.8

11

Hridayanagar Shrikant Pandey

Madhya Pradesh

Manganese

3079

Iron

44075.6

12

Pratappur

M/s Anand Mining Corporation

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

4692

13

Gandhigram

Gajraj Singh

Madhya Pradesh

 

Iron

888

14

Sindhursi Jai Minerals

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

182896

15

Jhansi Silua

Khatri Minerals and Mining Company

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

39177.2

16

Tigodiya

Meena Modi

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

33739.4

17

Agariya

M/s Nirmala Minerals

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

76088.8

18

Jhitti

M/s Pacific Exports

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

46807.2

19

Tembecho Dongar

Shri. Jairam B.Neugi

Goa

Iron

44814

20

Sirigao (2 ML)

M/s Chowgule & Co Ltd

Goa

Iron

424700

21

Guelliem-e-Gaval Smt.G.M.N.Parulekar

Goa

Iron

430359

22

Cormolem-e-Bog

M/s Socidade Timblo Irmaos Ltda. (SFI)

Goa

Iron

22000

23

Chunimola

Shri Vaicunth Kadnekar

Goa

Iron

11240

 

 

2011 -12

 

Sl. No.

Name of lessee

State

Mineral

Excess Production (in metric tonne)

1

Sri. Padmavathi Fe Mine

Shri N Kanta Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

Iron

816

2

Cuddegalavoril Sodo

M/s Mineria Nacional Ltda

Goa

Iron

695511

3

Santonachi Upri

M/s Zarapkar & Parkar

Goa

Iron

16494

4

Guelliem-e-Gaval Smt.G.M.N.Parulekar

Goa

Iron

375672

5

Cormolem-e-Bog

M/s Socidade Timblo Irmaos Ltda. (SFI)

Goa

Iron

125400

6

Band Doncal

M/s Damodar Mangalji & Co. Ltd

Goa

Iron

70000

7

Dhamki

M/s Shobha Minerals

Madhya Pradesh

Manganese

41782.8

8

Gandhigram

M/s Capital Minerals

 

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

577.4

9

Jhansi/Silua

M/s Khari Minerals and Mining Company

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

8854.4

10

Agariya

M/s Nirmala Minerals

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

48194.4

11

Gandhigram

VInod Kumar Srivastava

Madhya Pradesh

Iron

22037

 

 

Section 9 of the MMDR Act provides that every leaseholder shall pay royalty to the State Governments for minerals removed or consumed from the lease area.  State Governments collect royalty for the minerals removed or consumed from the lease area, including royalty on any reported excess ore produced.

 

Details of action taken by the IBM against the leaseholders who have produced iron ore and manganese ore in excess of 20% of the tentative production quantity in the approved Mining Plan/ Scheme of Mining from the year 2009-10 to 2011-12 is as:

 

Year

No of Cases of excess production for iron and manganese ores

Violation -cum-show cause Notice Issued

Mining Plans Rectified

Mining Operations Suspended

Termination recommended to State Government

2009-10

29

7

10

11

1

2010-11

23

9

8

6

-

2011-12

11

4

4

3

-

 

This information was given by the Minister of Mines, Shri Dinsha Patel in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

 

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