UK Opposition wants Vedanta delisted from London Stock Exchange
Activists claim it has led to respiratory and skin problems, fainting and other illness, especially among children. The plant releases its waste into the sensitive Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve, an area of coral reefs and mangrove forests, the protesters claim.
By: PTI | London |
Sterlite was the first company set up by Agarwal in India before he launched Vedanta Resources on the London Stock Exchange in 2003, which is now a multinational FTSE 250 company with operations across India and Africa.