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Punjab CM, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

Punjab CM, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
CHANDIGARH: To check illegal sand mining and ensure that sand is sold at rate fixed by the state government at Rs 5.50 per cubic feet, Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Thursday directed district administrations to keep strict vigil at the mining sites.

He also asked the deputy commissioners to declare a reward of Rs 25000 if a proof is provided in video or any other form about any violation of the norms in this regard.

Chairing a meeting with the deputy commissioners and the SSPs, Channi said that the distance rates from each mining site to the final destination point would be decided by the respective deputy commissioner.

Further, he also directed to ensure that if any village panchayat wants sand then they should be provided the same free of cost from the mining sites. No charges should be levied from the trolleys carrying sand and only trucks should be charged the rate of Rs 5.50 per cubic feet, said Channi.

Channi emphasized the need to increase the number of legal sites and start the sites which were earlier closed down. He also appreciated the efforts being made by the districts of Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Mohali and Ropar in this regard.

He said no political interference in this respect would be tolerated as he is determined to crackdown hard on the culprits indulging in illegal sand mining.


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