Bhubaneswar, Oct 16 (odisha.in) Orissa chief minister Naveen Patnaik warned the anti-industry lobby against taking law into their own hands while asserting to standby the mega industrial projects to come up.
“They should not take law into their own hands”, said the Chief Minister
Naveen Patnaik reacting to the recent abduction of fourteen people including four senior executives of POSCO and ten labourers by the anti-Posco activists in Jagatsinghpur district.
“Government would continue to support the Mega Industrial projects including POSCO “, the Chief Minister said Monday.
Patnaik said,” our government is taking steps for maintaining law and order in the proposed industrial project areas thereby creating an investment friendly climate in the state”.
The chief Minister’s reaction came when; the media persons drew his attention to the questions raised by the POSCO authorities over the state government’s inaction against a group of people who have become law onto themselves.
Meanwhile the abductors have released the ten workers deployed by the Rural Development Department for construction of a wooden bridge in Dhinkia village on Monday. Earlier, on Saturday the anti Posco group had released the four POSCO officials whom they had held hostages .