Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Living-Conditions-in-Chillika-Daad-Village-27MZIFIIULAQ.htmlConceptually similarLiving Conditions in Chillika Daad VillageGP02E9OCompleted★★★★Living Conditions in Chillika Daad VillageGP02E6TCompleted★★★★Living Conditions in Chillika Daad VillageGP02E9PCompleted★★★★'Chillika Daad' -Life on the EdgeGP02E66Completed★★★★'Chillika Daad' -Life on the EdgeGP02E6LCompleted★★★★Living Conditions in Chillika Daad VillageGP02E7DCompleted★★★★'Chillika Daad' -Life on the EdgeGP02E6KCompleted★★★★Living Conditions in Chillika Daad VillageGP02E6SCompleted★★★★'Chillika Daad' -Life on the EdgeGP02E6UCompleted★★★★View AllGP02E63Living Conditions in Chillika Daad VillageChillika Daad village, just 50 metres away from the open cast coal mine over burden in Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh. India.Locations:Asia-India-Madhya PradeshDate:24 May, 2011Credit:© Sudhanshu Malhotra / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2500px X 1667pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Day-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Mining-Open-pit mining-Outdoors-Pollution-Utility poles-VillagesShoot:'Chillika Daad' -Life on the Edge'Chillika Daad' village lives with the irony of being surrounded by a coal mine overburden (50 meters from the village boundary), a railway line carrying coal wagons (cutting across the village) and NTPC's Shaktinagar super thermal power plant located within a kilometer on the opposite side of the mine overburden. The villagers feel duped. They claim that if they had known that in a few years a railway line and a coal mine would come up in their newly allotted lands they would not have accepted it. The villagers continue to fight for justice even as they bear the thunderous blasting twice or thrice a day and the inroads of constant coal dust from the mine haul that runs adjoining the village just prior to the overburden.