The fall of 1000 sacks recovered in the heated rice mill, the Mla surrounded the Kotwali

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MLA adamant about filing a case against the officials and the establishment
Time specified for 24 hours, otherwise you will be in Kotwali. strike
Gola Gokarnath. The matter of 1,000 government bags found in the SDM Akhilesh Yadav raid on Shyam Ji Udyog Mill on Mohammadi Road on June 23 has heated up. On Friday, MLA Arvind Giri and his supporters called on the Kotwali and requested the registration of a case against the officials involved and the establishment concerned and gave 24 hours. If the report is not received, he has warned of a dharna in Kotwali.
On Friday afternoon, MLA Arvind Giri and his supporters reached Kotwali and insisted on bringing proceedings against the officials and the facility involved in the recovery of sacks from the rice mill. The MLA said in the Tahrir that for the past two months it has consistently asked DM, SDM and all shopping center officials for the availability of sacks in the wheat malls. The result of the acquiescence of officials and middlemen was that the bags could not be made available in the shopping centers, but 1000 bags were recovered by SDM Gola at the behest of the farmers of Shyam Ji Udyog Mill Gola. The MLA questioned how, why, and by whom the government layoffs ended up in the private sector.
He claimed that the mill owners and the officials ran the brawl together. If the case is not registered within 24 hours, they will be forced to hold a dharna in Kotwali.
Farmers had to sell wheat in mills
After the purchase period had expired on June 15, the state government extended the procurement period to June 22. But because of the lack of sacks and because of the Heela Hawali in charge of the center, dozens of farmers were banned from selling wheat. After the matter became known to the MLA, farmers who were refused to sell wheat according to a survey by the SDM were called to the Mandi Committee shopping malls, but the center shook them by saying that the farmers’ ID cards had been blocked . For many days the wheat of the farmers who came to the market committee had to be sold in the mills.
The MLA filed a complaint, but legal action will be taken after the DM approves it after a case is registered.
– Sanjay Nath Tiwari, CO Gola
The action report was sent to the DM after the sacks found in the raid were confiscated. Further measures are now being taken in relation to the decision by DM.
Akhilesh Yadav, SDM Gola

MLA adamant about filing a case against the officials and the establishment

Time specified for 24 hours, otherwise you will be in Kotwali. strike

Gola Gokarnath. The matter of 1,000 government bags found in the SDM Akhilesh Yadav raid on Shyam Ji Udyog Mill on Mohammadi Road on June 23 has heated up. On Friday, MLA Arvind Giri and his supporters called on the Kotwali and requested the registration of a case against the officials involved and the establishment concerned and gave 24 hours. If the report is not received, he has warned of a dharna in Kotwali.

On Friday afternoon, MLA Arvind Giri and his supporters reached Kotwali and insisted on bringing proceedings against the officials and the facility involved in the recovery of sacks from the rice mill. The MLA said in the Tahrir that for the past two months it has consistently asked DM, SDM and all shopping center officials for the availability of sacks in the wheat malls. The result of the acquiescence of officials and middlemen was that the bags could not be made available in the shopping centers, but 1000 bags were recovered by SDM Gola at the behest of the farmers of Shyam Ji Udyog Mill Gola. The MLA questioned how, why, and by whom the government layoffs ended up in the private sector.

He claimed that the mill owners and the officials ran the brawl together. If the case is not registered within 24 hours, they will be forced to hold a dharna in Kotwali.

Farmers had to sell wheat in mills

After the purchase period had expired on June 15, the state government extended the procurement period to June 22. But because of the lack of sacks and because of the Heela Hawali in charge of the center, dozens of farmers were banned from selling wheat. After the matter became known to the MLA, farmers who were refused to sell wheat according to a survey by the SDM were called to the Mandi Committee shopping malls, but the center shook them by saying that the farmers’ ID cards had been blocked . The MLA had to sell the wheat from the farmers who came to the market committee in the mills for several days.

The MLA filed a complaint, but legal action will be taken after the DM approves it after a case is registered.

– Sanjay Nath Tiwari, CO Gola

The action report was sent to the DM after the sacks found in the raid were confiscated. Further measures are now being taken in relation to the decision by DM.

Akhilesh Yadav, SDM Gola

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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