220 Bales Of Mandal Wooden Recovered From Car Trunk

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Chamba. Police have caught three people from Nepal and Patiala carrying mandal wood (bales) hidden in the trunk of the car. According to the information, the police had put up a naka near Mohdi Nala on Friday night. At the same time a car numbered PB-11 CU-1851 was coming from Tissa’s side. Police stopped the car for checking.
In the car, Vikramjit Singh resident village Chamari, post office Khedimajra district Patiala, Dharmendra resident village and post office Batmajra district Patiala and Karma Ravana resident village Rethli post office Kharpu Tehsil Simikot district Hamla (Nepal) were in the car. When the police opened the trunk of the car and checked, 220 bales of mandal wood were recovered from it. The people in the car carrying the wood did not have any permit.
The price of this wood in the market is being told as fifty thousand rupees. Along with confiscating the wood, the police have also taken all three people into custody. At the same time, the vehicle has also been seized and handed over to the Forest Department. The owner has to pay the fine before the vehicle is released. On the other hand, SP Arul Kumar said that the police have registered a case and started investigation. Said that the campaign against timber smugglers would continue.

Chamba. Police have caught three people from Nepal and Patiala carrying mandal wood (bales) hidden in the trunk of the car. According to the information, the police had put up a naka near Mohdi Nala on Friday night. At the same time a car numbered PB-11 CU-1851 was coming from Tissa’s side. Police stopped the car for checking.

In the car, Vikramjit Singh resident village Chamari, post office Khedimajra district Patiala, Dharmendra resident village and post office Batmajra district Patiala and Karma Ravana resident village Rethli post office Kharpu Tehsil Simikot district Hamla (Nepal) were in the car. When the police opened the trunk of the car and checked, 220 bales of mandal wood were recovered from it. The people in the car carrying the wood did not have any permit.

The price of this wood in the market is being told as fifty thousand rupees. Along with confiscating the wood, the police have also taken all three people into custody. At the same time, the vehicle has also been seized and handed over to the Forest Department. The owner has to pay the fine before the vehicle is released. On the other hand, SP Arul Kumar said that the police have registered a case and started investigation. Said that the campaign against timber smugglers would continue.