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30 Sep 2013

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UN experts

India: Urgent call to halt Odisha mega-steel project amid serious human rights concerns [India]

Construction of a mega-steel plant in Odisha in Eastern India should be halted immediately, United Nations independent human rights experts* have urged, citing serious human rights concerns. The project reportedly threatens to displace over 22,000 people in the Jagatsinghpur District, and disrupt the livelihoods of many thousands more in the surrounding area.

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