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Malaysian sand affair: the State Court imposed fines of Rs 11 crore

மலேசிய மணல் விவகாரம்: தமிழக அரசுக்கு ரூ.11 கோடி தண்டம் விதித்த நீதிமன்றம்The Supreme Court has directed the Tamil Nadu Government to provide 11 crore rupees to the court in Thoothukudi harbor within a week.

The Tamil Nadu government has ordered to close quarries to protest against the sale of foreign sand. Thus, imported from Malaysia and allowed to sell 55 thousand tons of sand being kept in the Tuticorin port, Ramayya Institute of Pudukottai and High Court Madurai branch sued the case.

In this case, the Supreme Court allowed Ramaiah to sell sand. Subsequently, the High Court order was upheld and appealed to the Supreme Court on behalf of the Government of Tamil Nadu. This case came to the hearing before a judge led by Justice Madan Lohore. At that time, the Tamil Nadu government had ordered to pay 2,50,000 tonnes of sand every sand and sell the sand all over the six weeks and give the company the total amount.

The case was again heard in the case today. The Tamil Nadu government said in the Supreme Court that there was a problem between Ramya's company and the Maria Enterprise Corporation which paid the money. Hearing the arguments, the court ordered to deposit the amount of sand in the court and adjourned the case till 21st.For More Tamil Online News- -செய்திகள் ,தமிழ் செய்திகள் தமிழ் ஆன்லைன் செய்திகள்

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