Concerned Shareholders of New Millennium Iron Corp.

March 15, 2016 14:25 ET

Concerned Shareholders Receive Over 71% Approval for Change From Minority Shareholders Who Voted- But Tata Defeats the Will of Minority Shareholders

- Concerned Shareholders will consider all their options

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 15, 2016) - Susan Milton and Greg Chorny, the Concerned Shareholders of New Millennium Iron Corp. ("NML" or the "Company"), wish to thank the minority shareholders for the overwhelming support shown for the strategic plan of the Concerned Shareholders at the special meeting of shareholders of NML which was held today.

At the meeting, NML reported that shareholders holding 71.64% of the shares that voted at the meeting (excluding Tata Steel and other insiders), or 65.38% of the shares that voted at the meeting (excluding Tata), voted in favour of the Concerned Shareholders. There can no longer be any doubt that minority shareholders of NML (who collectively hold more shares than Tata) have lost confidence in management and the board of NML.

We will continue to speak out on behalf of the shareholders of NML and will carefully review and consider the actions of NML and Tata going forward. We would ask all shareholders to remain engaged so as to ensure that our voices and wishes are heard and ultimately followed by NML and Tata.

We also wish to thank those shareholders who were present at the meeting and for their kind words. We will keep the www.saveNML.com website live, and for those shareholders who wish to speak to us, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to seeing shareholders at the 2016 AGM of NML.

As previously reported, NML has refused to allow us to inspect proxies or raise technical issues with respect to proxies prior to or at the meeting. We will be reviewing the proxies voted at the meeting in the near future and will report back to shareholders if we uncover any anomalies.

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