Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy of Coal India Ltd 2012
The Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy 2012 of Coal India Ltd attempts to provide flexibility to deal more effectively with resettlement and rehabilitation issues and determine the rehabilitation packages best suited to local needs.
The purpose of the Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy 2012 is to revise and provide greater flexibility to the basic principles for the resettlement and rehabilitation of people affected by coal mining projects i.e. Project Affect People (PAPs). It attempts to consolidate the different resettlement and rehabilitation practices that are being followed by subsidiaries as per the different State Land Acquisition Acts and various decisions of the Coal India Board and to modify the Policy of 2008 so as to give the Board of the subsidiary Companies greater flexibility to deal more effectively with resettlement and rehabilitation issues and determine the rehabilitation packages best suited to local needs in line with this policy. The provisions of the National Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy, 2007 and the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation & Resettlement Bill, 2011 have also been kept in mind while framing the policy.
Policy: Resettlement and rehabilitation policy of Coal India, 2008.
Bill: The Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation And Resettlement Bill, 2011.
Report: Sharing the Wealth of Minerals.
Bill: The Mines and Minerals Bill, 2011.
Policy: National Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy, 2007.
Audit: Performance audit - CSR of CIL.
Report: Rehabilitation and resettlement by Coal India Ltd.
Feature: Land acquisition, rehabilitation bills cater to corporate interests.