Supreme Court refuses to restrain coal companies from excavating coal for six months

The Supreme Court has refused to restrain coal companies that have been asked to wind up their coal blocks within six months from extracting and selling coal in the market on a commercial basis. A bench headed by Chief Justice HL Dattu said the companies could not be restrained from excavating coal during the time granted to them by the apex court for winding up operations.


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