While the Central government insists that there is no shortage of coal and no crisis, the state government have a different story to tell. The situation has taken a political turn with mostly opposition-ruled states raising the red flag on coal shortages while the Central government refutes these charges.,fifa esports battle results today
In the midst of this, former coal secretary Anil Swarup has come out with a no-holds-barred assessment of what has gone wrong. Swarup was credited with increasing coal production during his tenure as Coal secretary.,best online poker offers
blackjack game app free,He points to five reasons that may have made the coal shortage worse:
free bet odds,Swarup claims a new chairman and managing director was not appointed for Coal India for a year post-2017 leading to a loss in momentum built up. He also says many subsidiaries of the company either have no CMD or no dedicated top manager. "If you don't have top personnel sitting there how do you expect an increase in coal production", he says.
epl res,Swarup goes on to say that reserves of Rs 35,000 cr with Coal India were not used for the expansion of existing mines or opening new mines. Instead, a big chunk of this was taken out by dividend by the Government of India, he claims.
betting guruji,Swarup rues that between 2016 and 2017 most managers who are supposed to plan for coal mining were diverted to the Clean India drive of the Central government which aimed to end open defecation. "Its a joke but its a fact", he says.
Swarup also goes on to say that a facilitating mechanism created in 2015 of the coal monitoring group became defunct and has contributed to the stagnation of production levels.,football fixtures tomorrow
tennis utr,Watch Tamanna Inamdar in conversation with former Coal Secretary Anil Swarup here: