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Against illegal transportation of coal in Meghalaya, FIR is registered

  by NEWSNER , 2020-11-30 15:31:34


Against illegal transportation of coal in Meghalaya, FIR is registered

RTI dissident and Civil Society Women's Organization (CSWO) president Agnes Kharshiing has recorded an FIR on the supposed illicit transportation of coal through East Khasi Hills area consistently. 

 

In the FIR documented at Mawlai police headquarters, she expressed that she was in control of photographs and recordings of the coal-loaded trucks and was likewise educated that more than 100 trucks are utilizing every day through East Khasi Hills area and keeping in mind that the vast majority of them don't have challans others are conveying coal past the heap limit as ordered by the Directorate of Mineral Resources (DMR) for transportation of the unloaded coal. 

 

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She expressed that this was disregarding the National Green Tribunal (NGT) rules and furthermore sums to cheating and plundering of the income of the state. 

 

As indicated by her, there exists an unusual belonging and creation of coupon framework at whatever point police workforce check the coal-loaded trucks which should be explored. 

 

She further mentioned that all trucks conveying coal and passing under the ward of the police headquarters should be halted and checked for reports and over-burdening. 

 

Additionally, the request should be made into an issue of illicit challan and whether the law allows the issue of coupons for the transportation of coal in lieu of challan from the DMR, she included her grumbling.

 

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