The official said, "the company is not frustrated and is not leaving India despite the setback."
He also claimed that the environment ministry did not provide the company to express its state.
"The mines do not belong to Vedanta. We will seek to present our case to MoEF once again," he added.
Chief Minister of Orissa, Naveen Patnaik also expressed his disgrace over Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh's rejection of clearance to Vedanta's mining project.
"I hope this is not politics," said Patnaik and added that the ministry should have given the clearance as the mining project would increase the job opportunity in the state.
"These investments in Orissa were meant to generate jobs for the people and add to the state's revenue. Therefore, they should be given go ahead," claimed Orissa CM.
He also informed that the state government would inquire that on which ground, the ministry rejected the clearance and would take correct and appropriate steps on the matter.