Several communities in India have spoken out against Jindal’s reckless exploitations. Jindal has been destroying farms and livelihoods for many years in the Indian states of Odisha, Jharkhand, and Chattisgarh – home to 25% of India’s Adivasi (indigenous) population. In the Asanbani village in Jharkhand, houses of the Committee Against Displacement display signs in Hindi saying “Naveen Jindal go back!”
 Panos South Asia (2008): Alchemy of Inequity. Resistance and Repression in India’s Mines. A photographic enquiry (accessed 11.09.2013), p. 8, 87.