Jindal Steel & Power: Human Rights and Environmental Violations in India

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!”[1]

[1] Panos South Asia (2008): Alchemy of Inequity. Resistance and Repression in India’s Mines. A photographic enquiry (accessed 11.09.2013), p. 8, 87.

Case location
Asanbani, Jharkhand 816118, India

Affected topics
  • Human and Labour Rights
  • Environmental and Climate protection
Directly and indirectly (through shareholding) involved companies Indirect investors through shareholding

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