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Haryana: One booked for illegal mining of soil


AMBALA: The Maheshnagar police have registered a case of illegal mining in opposition to an individual in Haryana's Ambala district for illegal mining of soil on the financial institution of Tangri river.


In his grievance, mining officer, Bhupinder Singh stated, “On March 29, our department gained a grievance from Vidya Sagar of Khojkipur village about illegal mining of soil from near Tangri river financial institution in his village. In his grievance, Vidya Sagar, has accused Amit Kumar of the similar village of illegal mining of soil day and evening from near the river financial institution. On receiving this grievance, assistant mining officer Sunil Kumar inspected the spot and it's reported that from near the financial institution of Tangri river 2-3 feet intensive soil used to be illegally mined in just about 3 kanal of house. The freshly extracted tons of soil have been additionally discovered on the spot. The officer additionally took photographs of the spot and from the native enquiry it came forward that the illegal mining used to be being committed by Amit Kumar.”


As in step with the First Information Report (FIR), after the inspection, the mining department had sent a grievance to Maheshnagar police station by registered publish on April 2 and on receiving the grievance on April 15, a case in opposition to the accused, Amit Kumar, has been registered underneath Section 21 of the Mines and Minerals (Regulation of Development) Act, and 379 (punishment for robbery) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) to start out the investigation.


SHO Maheshnagar inspector Ajaib Singh stated, “ We have registered the case on the advice of the mining department and further motion would be taken as in step with facts and law.”


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