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Adani Mining responds to Carmichael Project protests

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World Coal,


Adani Mining has released a statement in response to a protest conducted by Frontline Action on Coal against the company’s proposed Carmichael Project in Queensland, Australia.

The company, a subsidiary of India’s Adani Group, said: “Once again we are seeing activist and anti-coal groups peddle misinformation in an attempt to create hysteria based on myths.

“Had the group checked its facts, it would have found that the business which it caused disruption to today is not a contractor for the Carmichael Project.

“We recognise there are varied opinions about the Carmichael Project, but when groups such as this disrupt private businesses, impacting employees and their families based on incorrect information, they should be held accountable.

“The great thing about living in a democracy is that we can hold and express our different views. All we ask is that people’s opinions are based on facts and that they don’t put lives at risk through irresponsible, illegal and unsafe protest behaviour.

“We would encourage anyone interested in the Carmichael Project to visit www.adaniaustralia.com to learn the facts.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/mining/14012019/adani-mining-responds-to-carmichael-project-protests/

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