Madras High Court stays extension of Sterlite plant at Thuthukkudi
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 The Madras High Court today stayed the extension of the plant of Sterlite Copper industry at Thuthukkudi where ten people were killed and 95 injured in police firing on protesters yesterday. Disposing of a petition in this regard, a High Court bench ordered that all works in this regard must be stopped immediately.
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