Man sets himself on fire in protest over coal mining row

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Published Nov 18, 2015, 6:50 am IST
Updated Mar 27, 2019, 2:06 am IST
At a press conference, he told the media coal miners were already struggling to feed their families
Man feared that the Chinese will bring in their own staff to operate the mines. (Photo: viaweb)
 Man feared that the Chinese will bring in their own staff to operate the mines. (Photo: viaweb)

Beijing: A Beijing man on Tuesday has set himself on fire in a horrific video which shows tensions and protests over Chinese coal mining takeover.

The shocking moment unveils as the union boss does the dangerous act as as a protest against privatisation of Mongolia’s coal-mining monopoly to China, The Mirror said.

 

At a press conference, he told the media coal miners were already struggling to feed their families. Now Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi company, which runs 39 plants across, has been bought out by privately-owned Chinese company TTJVCo. things will only get worse.   

 

 

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