Mineral mafia commits theft and embezzlement

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To tie. The mineral mafia does both theft and embezzlement. Royalty theft and rigging of mining outside the lease continues day and night in most of the county’s mines. One such case was scrutinized at division headquarters.
Here the neighboring mine operator operated large-scale illegal mining on private and state property without leasing or permission. IAS officer Joint Magistrates / SDM Sudhir Singh was caught red-handed with the team. 70 overloaded trucks full of illegal mining sand, including three Pokelands and a GCB machine, were confiscated. A fine of around Rs 20 lakh is collected from the trucks.
Extracting outside of the lease in mines and overloading trucks for low license fees is an age-old game of sand theft. It is common in almost all mines. On the banks of the Ken River near the village of Ujrehena (Achhor) in the Mataundh Police Station, just a few kilometers from the division’s headquarters, illegal mining has long been practiced on a large scale.
Sand was extracted from Pokeland and JCB machines. There was no lease or permit here. Even so, mining continued indiscriminately. Millions of rupees worth of sand were lost. Surprisingly, this illegal mining was imperceptible day and night even to the officials of the mineral and the administration.
The day before, under the leadership of SDM Sadar / Joint Magistrate Sudhir Kumar Singh (IAS), Mineral Officer Subhash Singh and Police Officer Kailash Singh, as well as Mines Inspector and Police Force, attacked the mine on the banks of the Ken River in Ujdreha (Achhor). Village. Confiscated three Pokelands and a GCB mining machine. The team also confiscated 70 sand-overloaded trucks that were in the mine, and confiscated both the machines and all of the trucks. They were handed over to the Mataundh Police Station.
The SDM said that at first sight, the involvement of the neighboring Achhor Khand-1 mine was found. The OTP of this mine has been closed with immediate effect. Further measures are being taken. The SDM said no lease was approved where mining was going on. This land is a landowner and a government.
Trust in inspecting trucks made by MP. come
The practice of hundreds of sand overloading trucks passing through Mandal Headquarters Banda from neighboring Madhya Pradesh every day is old. The rituals of control and arrest are also paid for. Now preparations are underway to tighten the screws on these trucks again. The SDM said a campaign is being launched to screen the trucks passing through the Naraini area from Madhya Pradesh.
Trucks are fined 21 lakh
To tie. The mining division is expected to generate revenue of around Rs 21 lakh in the form of fines from the overloaded trucks caught from the Ujdreha mine. About 30 thousand rupees are charged per truck.

To tie. The mineral mafia does both theft and embezzlement. Royalty theft and rigging of mining outside the lease continues day and night in most of the county’s mines. One such case was scrutinized at division headquarters.

Here the neighboring mine operator operated large-scale illegal mining on private and state property without leasing or permission. IAS officer Joint Magistrates / SDM Sudhir Singh was caught red-handed with the team. 70 overloaded trucks full of illegal mining sand, including three Pokelands and a GCB machine, were confiscated. A fine of around Rs 20 lakh is collected from the trucks.

Extracting outside of the lease in mines and overloading trucks for low license fees is an age-old game of sand theft. It is common in almost all mines. On the banks of the Ken River near the village of Ujrehena (Achhor) in the Mataundh Police Station, just a few kilometers from the division’s headquarters, illegal mining has long been practiced on a large scale.

Sand was extracted from Pokeland and JCB machines. There was no lease or permit here. Even so, mining continued indiscriminately. Millions of rupees worth of sand were lost. Surprisingly, this illegal mining was imperceptible day and night even to the officials of the mineral and the administration.

The day before, under the leadership of SDM Sadar / Joint Magistrate Sudhir Kumar Singh (IAS), Mineral Officer Subhash Singh and Police Officer Kailash Singh, as well as Mines Inspector and Police Force, attacked the mine on the banks of the Ken River in Ujdreha (Achhor). Village. Confiscated three Pokelands and a GCB mining machine. The team also confiscated 70 sand-overloaded trucks that were in the mine, and confiscated both the machines and all of the trucks. They were handed over to the Mataundh Police Station.

The SDM said that at first sight, the involvement of the neighboring Achhor Khand-1 mine was found. The OTP of this mine has been closed with immediate effect. Further measures are being taken. The SDM said no lease was approved where mining was going on. This land is a landowner and a government.

Trust trucks from MP. to investigate

The practice of hundreds of sand overloading trucks passing through Mandal Headquarters Banda from neighboring Madhya Pradesh every day is old. The rituals of control and arrest are also paid for. Now preparations are underway to tighten the screws on these trucks again. The SDM said a campaign is being launched to screen the trucks passing through the Naraini area from Madhya Pradesh.

Trucks are fined 21 lakh

To tie. The mining division is expected to generate revenue of around Rs 21 lakh in the form of fines from the overloaded trucks caught from the Ujdreha mine. About 30 thousand rupees are charged per truck.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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