Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Prohibitory order lifted at Posco site


orders were lifted, and the police pulled back from Balitutha, doorway to the future POSCO plant site approximately here, Wednesday to allow an anti-project meeting to be careful by the CPI director AB Bardhan.

"Probibitory orders attached to Balitutha area 15, was closed after the development of the state of affairs and consent given for the gathering," Jagatsinghpur district head of police S Devadatta Singh supposed.

Police, deploy in the area, was also reserved, allowing smooth pressure group of people, he said, could add securitymen be relocate if the situation requires.

Jubilant over the authorization given to the rally, said leaders of POSCO Pratirodh Sangram Samiti (PPSS), they would take back Balitutha statement "very soon" and put off any activity for the organization of Rs 52,000 crore steel project.

The conclusion to allow Bardhan to address the future meeting was taken at a gathering in Bhubaeswar yesterday in an apparent effort not to aggravate the state of affairs by Balitutha where several people were wounded during a police process on May 15

"We have empty the way by Balitutha capture by a group on behalf of resistance to the POSCO scheme. Now all can easily move in the region," SP said.

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