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SAVE ARABIAN SEAS

SAVE ARABIAN SEAS

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Published by Nandhi Varman
Memorandum to Kerala Chief Minister on 20th October 2011
Memorandum to Kerala Chief Minister on 20th October 2011

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Published by: Nandhi Varman on Oct 23, 2011
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53-B, Calve Subburayar Street, Puducherry 605001 India
Hon’ble Chief Minister of Kerala19.10.2011Thiru.Ooman ChandiTiruvananthapuram
Respected Chief Minister
Subject: Need to safeguard Arabian Sea-Indian Ocean-Bay of Bengal from Chinese encirclement of India, expansionism toindulge in sea floor mining and plans to dominate sea lanesconnecting Saudi to China through oil pipelines beneath our seasand to awaken vigilance towards India’s security and national interests through Government of Kerala… regarding.
Let me alert the Government of Kerala about the volcanic chains inArabian Sea and Bay of Bengal where mining for oil, natural gas andminerals by Indian corporate and Chinese counterparts is on the anvil.
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.Let me bring to your notice that The International Seabed Authority incollaboration with the Government of Fiji and the Secretariat of the PacificCommunity (SPC) SOPAC Division is organizing an International Workshopon Environmental Management Needs for Exploration and Exploitation of Deep Sea Minerals, to be held in Nadi, Fiji Islands from 29 November to 2December 2011.● Let coastal states of South India like Tamilnadu, Kerala hereafter paymore attention to such workshops and debate the impact of deep seamining off shore of respective states. Our appeal is to all Chief Ministers of Coastal states not to leave these workshops or activities of leasing out of our adjacent seas by International Seabed Authority as the domain of Indian foreign service bureaucrats of Union Government ministries.
Theafter effects of deep sea mining will be borne by the people of coastal states and as their chosen representatives these Chief Ministers and politicians of these coastal states have to keep vigilon International Seabed Authority and countries like China whichhave dreams to become world power cutting down India to size inorder to gain supremacy over India
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This workshop takes place in the aftermath of The International Seabed Authority approving the application from the
 
China OceanMineral Resources Research and Development Association(COMRA) to explore an area of the ridge for 15 years, coveringabout 10,000 square
 
kilometers
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on July 22 of 2011
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