Crime – Clean chit to the accused of trying to crush the farm owner with a tractor

Tractor-trolley unloading soil on the banks of Guthain pond in Ujhani. Dialogue
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Ujhani (Badayun). Illegal soil mining has once again gained momentum in rural areas. Three days ago, when the miners in Narau village tried to crush a farm owner with a tractor when the protest escalated, the police only confiscated the vehicles, later giving clean chit to the accused. Traders have now started unloading soil from Guthain pond.
Tractor-trolleys filled with soil are reaching Guthain pond located in Bazarkalan Mohalla for three days every day. During this there has not been a single day when dozens of tractor-trolleys have not been unloaded. On Friday, after the information, Inspector Surendra Kumar reached the spot. He told that a house has been constructed at one end of the pond. The homeowner has done the filling to make way to the house. It is said that earlier also an attempt was made to bridge the pond. Then SDM Sadar Lal Bahadur had sent revenue personnel to the spot and got the measurement done. After that the action did not proceed.
Police and revenue personnel are not revealing the reality about where soil mining is being done to bridge the pond. If told, it is going to the extent that permission is obtained for mining of soil, but in which area, how many cubic meters will be mined, it is not seen by the mining officers after reaching the spot. This is the reason that in the name of eight-nine tractor-trolleys, dozens of tractor-trolleys are loaded.
The latest example of this has been given in the case of mining in Narau. When the traders started mining in the night, an attempt was made to crush Munendrapal Singh, the former Mandal President of BJP, who protested against the loss in his field. Munendra said that the police did not take action against the accused as per rules, apart from seizing the JCB and two tractor-trolleys.

Inspector in charge said – will not allow illegal mining
On the complaint of bridging the Guthine pond by pouring soil with tractor-trolleys, Inspector-in-Charge Bijendra Singh had sent policemen along with the inspector to the spot. The police had also informed the landlord on the other end of the pond, after which the Kotwali returned. In-charge Inspector Singh simply said – Illegal mining will not be allowed. Dialogue

Ujhani (Badayun). Illegal soil mining has once again gained momentum in rural areas. Three days ago, when the miners in Narau village tried to crush a farm owner with a tractor when the protest escalated, the police only confiscated the vehicles, later giving clean chit to the accused. Traders have now started unloading soil from Guthain pond.

Tractor-trolleys filled with soil are reaching Guthain pond located in Bazarkalan Mohalla for three days every day. During this there has not been a single day when dozens of tractor-trolleys have not been unloaded. On Friday, after the information, Inspector Surendra Kumar reached the spot. He told that a house has been constructed at one end of the pond. The homeowner has done the filling to make way to the house. It is said that earlier also an attempt was made to bridge the pond. Then SDM Sadar Lal Bahadur had sent revenue personnel to the spot and got the measurement done. After that the action did not proceed.

Police and revenue personnel are not revealing the reality about where soil mining is being done to bridge the pond. If told, it is going to the extent that permission is obtained for mining of soil, but in which area, how many cubic meters will be mined, it is not seen by the mining officers after reaching the spot. This is the reason that in the name of eight-nine tractor-trolleys, dozens of tractor-trolleys are loaded.

The latest example of this has been given in the case of mining in Narau. When the traders started mining in the night, an attempt was made to crush Munendrapal Singh, the former Mandal President of BJP, who protested against the loss in his field. Munendra said that the police did not take action against the accused as per rules, apart from seizing the JCB and two tractor-trolleys.



Inspector in charge said – will not allow illegal mining

On the complaint of bridging the Guthine pond by pouring soil with tractor-trolleys, Inspector-in-Charge Bijendra Singh had sent policemen along with the inspector to the spot. The police had also informed the landlord on the other end of the pond, after which the Kotwali returned. In-charge Inspector Singh simply said – Illegal mining will not be allowed. Dialogue