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MCL observes World Environment Day 2024

 SAMBALPUR:Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) on Wednesday observed the World Environment Day 2024 with great fervor and pledged environmental sustainability. The event commenced with the unfurling of flag by  Uday A Kaole, Chairman-cum-Managing Director.

The CMD and all staff members took the pledge, affirming their commitment to preserving and protecting the environment and ensuring a greener future for next generations to come. Shri A S Bapat, Director (Technical/project & planning) read out the message of Chairman, Coal India Ltd.

The event was also graced by  Keshav Rao, Director (Personnel), Shri P K Patel, Chief Vigilance Officer,  A K Behura, Director (Finance) and Heads of various departments. The CMD, Directors and the CVO planted saplings in the headquarters premises on this occasion in the drive towards a greener future.

 
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