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16 Jul 2021

Pakistan: Coal mine company refuses to cooperate with fact-finding mission after worker's torture and death; community protests lead to violence

In July 2021, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) to respond to the allegations that it had tortured and killed a worker and that it was advised not to cooperate in a fact-finding probe into the worker's death. SECMC's statement is available in full below.

We also invited the Chinese entities directly linked to this project, including: China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC), China State Power, State Power International Mengdong (SPIM), China Development Bank (CDB), Construction Bank of China (CCB), Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) -- we did not receive any responses.

Company Responses

Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) View Response
China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC)

No Response

China Development Bank

No Response

China Construction Bank

No Response

Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)

No Response

China State Power (SPIC)

No Response

State Power International Mengdong (SPIM)

No Response