Illegal sand mining does not stop at Shergarh Ghat in Pipri

Illegal sand mining is not stopping Shergarh Ghat in the Tehsil area. At the instigation of the police, the mafia illegally evacuates sand from the Yamuna River day and night. On the other hand, the local police deny the illegal evacuation of sand from the ghat.
The active sand mafia in the Chail Tehsil region is not deterred by the illegal mining of sand from the Yamuna River. Pipari’s Shergarh, Sewdha, Pillow, Pathanpurwa, etc. drain the sand on Yamuna Ghat by following an illegal route from the sand mafia.
Illegal mining and transportation is carried out by horses, mules and tractors by removing sand from the boat from the middle stream of the river. According to the villagers, sand is stolen from the river every day from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., with the Elakai police agreeing.
Instead, the local police also charge money per boat from these sand businessmen. Two days ago, villagers complained to Pipri police about the theft of sand from the river. Even after that, no action was taken. Pipari inspector Vijay Kumar Rai says in the case that illegal sand mining is not known. In this case, the road will be closed to illegal transport after an investigation.
Camel and mule transport illegal sand in Malipur
Throughout the Yamuna Ghat of Malipur, Kewat in the Tehsil region, traders illegally transport sand from camels and mules. The Seraikil police are unaware of this. SDM Jyoti Maurya says a case will be recorded against such individuals following an investigation.

Illegal sand mining is not stopping Shergarh Ghat in the Tehsil area. At the instigation of the police, the mafia illegally evacuates sand from the Yamuna River day and night. On the other hand, the local police deny the illegal evacuation of sand from the ghat.

The active sand mafia in the Chail Tehsil region is not deterred by the illegal mining of sand from the Yamuna River. Pipari’s Shergarh, Sewdha, Pillow, Pathanpurwa, etc. drain the sand on Yamuna Ghat by following an illegal route from the sand mafia.

Illegal mining and transportation is carried out by horses, mules and tractors by removing sand from the boat from the middle stream of the river. According to the villagers, sand is stolen from the river every day from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., with the Elakai police agreeing.

Instead, the local police also charge money per boat from these sand businessmen. Two days ago, villagers complained to Pipri police about the theft of sand from the river. Even after that, no action was taken. Pipari inspector Vijay Kumar Rai says in the case that illegal sand mining is not known. In this case, the road designated for illegal transport will be closed after an investigation.

Camel and mule transport illegal sand in Malipur

Throughout the Yamuna Ghat of Malipur, Kewat in the Tehsil region, traders illegally transport sand from camels and mules. The Seraikil police are unaware of this. SDM Jyoti Maurya says a case will be recorded against such individuals following an investigation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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