"Goa Will Not Become Coal Hub": After Protest, State Environment Minister Assures Capping Coal Imports
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Goa, 4 Nov 2020 7:54 AM GMT
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Thousands of people had gathered on Sunday midnight to hold protests against the doubling of the railway line to Karnataka.
After the midnight protest that was held at Chandor Village of south Goa for almost two days, against the expansion of railway tracks for coal imports in the state, Goa Environment Minister Nilesh Cabral on Tuesday assured capping the coal imports.