32 lakh fine on five crushers

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Chitrakoot. In the Bharatkup area of ​​the district, investigations are currently underway to determine whether crushing mills are operated in disregard of environmental regulations. So far, the operators of Seiz five crushers have been fined Rs 32 lakh. Environmental compensation notices were also issued for all of them.
About 50 crushing mills were confiscated six months ago for disregarding the NGT rules in crushing mills in the Bharatkup region. Based on the information about the secret operations of these sea breakers, DM Shubhrant Kumar Shukla formed a team and commissioned the investigation. The team formed under the chairmanship of ADM GP Singh sent a report to the DM after it seized the operation of five crushers during the two-day investigation.
Ghanshyam, the regional commissioner for the environment agency, said these seized crusher operators were fined Rs 32 lakh. A statement of compensation for the damage to the environment was also sent to everyone and a response was requested within ten days. On Thursday, the ADM announced that the breakers operated in violation of the rules in the area are under constant scrutiny. All crusher operators have been instructed to follow the rules of NGT.

Chitrakoot. In the Bharatkup area of ​​the district, investigations are currently underway to determine whether crushing mills are operated in disregard of environmental regulations. So far, the operators of Seiz five crushers have been fined Rs 32 lakh. Environmental compensation notices were also issued for all of them.

About 50 crushing mills were confiscated six months ago for disregarding the NGT rules in crushing mills in the Bharatkup region. Based on the information about the secret operations of these sea breakers, DM Shubhrant Kumar Shukla formed a team and commissioned the investigation. The team formed under the chairmanship of ADM GP Singh sent a report to the DM after it seized the operation of five crushers during the two-day investigation.

Ghanshyam, the regional commissioner for the environment agency, said these seized crusher operators were fined Rs 32 lakh. In addition, a statement of indemnity for the environmental damage was sent to everyone and an answer was requested within ten days. On Thursday, the ADM announced that the breakers operated in violation of the rules in the area are under constant scrutiny. All crusher operators have been instructed to follow the rules of NGT.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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