Neelachal Executives Association (NEA) demands revival of Neelachal Ispat Nigam Limited by merging with SAIL/RINL/NMDC and restarting the production immediately

Neelachal Executive Association (NEA) seeks intervention & strong support from Ministry of Commerce & Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India & Govt. of Odisha to save NINL, a national property in Odisha from ruin by immediately resuming operation by engaging any steel PSUs under Steel Ministry i.e. SAIL/RINL/NMDC like captive mines operation started with the help of NMDC. Distressed members of NEA are peacefully protesting wearing black badges demanding their arrear salaries, salaries & other legitimate dues.

 

Press_Release_NEA.NINL_4.9.21
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Pramod Sahu
Pramod Sahu
8 months ago

Safe & secure of public property must be main aim of ruling government. Other wise country will lose its development. It is not good to stop production of NINL, a PSU steel making company at odisha due to shortage of fund &raw materials from promoters. Every stage it’s not run 100% due to shortage of raw materials & running capital from promoter, how it will be profitable unit? At last its production was made stop since last March 20&kept under DIPAM(under financial ministry) for disinvestment. Day by day equipments & machinery have ruined due to long time shutdown &delay in process of disinvestment of company by DIPAM. Another thing, employees haven’t got their legitimate dues, salary from the company due to shut down of its productions. Is it rule from govt.to suffer the employees for getting salary & not generate revenue of nation by taking shutdown of production, a psu steel sector? My request is to govt for taking quick steps to revive it for saving deprived live hood of 10000 families & making a profit able unit of nation for development of country. Other wise all national property will be kept under private parties ,what will be the development of country?
Save nation, Save public property.