The government required information on the physical and financial progress of the companies as it had been asked to supply data by Parliament.
Mittal's salary in 2011 was $1.739 million, while his short-term performance related bonus was $2.074 million.
The company, however, has said that it is committed to find a socially acceptable solution for all those affected with the decision.
ArcelorMittal rejects accusations it has broken promises in a country where it employs 20,000 over several sites.
Workers at the plant aren't happy with the announcement and have vowed to fight on saying they have been betrayed.
The company has told France that it plans to shut the furnaces, which it says are no longer economically viable.
A cabinet member said the Indian steel magnate was no longer welcome in France due to years of broken promises.
Industrial Recovery Minister Arnaud Montebourg has accused the steel powerhouse of lying to the government.
Beni Prasad Verma said the central government would extend cooperation if ArcelorMittal wants to go ahead with its India plans.
Mittal said that is potentially condemning millions to remain in poverty by not helping industrialisation.
In the face of global demand depression, ArcelorMittal's net income has plunged to $11 million in the first quarter of 2012.
"My belief is that the Indian projects may not see the light for five to 10 years," said Mittal at the annual shareholder meet.
The richest Indian billionaire is Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani with a networth of $ 22.3 billion.
The offer by Mittal's company to invest in the Thar coal project was brokered through a consultancy firm in Dubai.
Leading NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul ranked 17th in the list in the category of Industry.
To boost production, the steel ministry is considering a special policy to set up ultra mega steel plants.
Sajjan Jindal's next challenge: Make the company profitable in a year.
Lakshmi Mittal says shifting Orissa project to Karnataka possible.
World's largest steelmaker clarifies position on Jharkand, Orissa projects.
Job cuts necessary as demand has fallen sharply says the ArcelorMittal.
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