Chandigarh- Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal on Friday stated the state authorities has determined to utilise satellite tv for pc imagery for the common monitoring of mining actions within the state.
Furthermore, all autos transporting mining supplies from any mining contract space will likely be outfitted with GPS, he added.
Presiding over the assembly of the state-level process power committee right here, Kaushal emphasised the necessity to improve the variety of verify posts in delicate areas the place unlawful mining poses a big drawback.
Additionally, the CCTV cameras needs to be put in at designated places for parking the impounded autos concerned in unlawful mining.
Kaushal stated a particular crew of officers needs to be fashioned on the district degree to conduct common checks and make sure the prevention of any type of unlawful mining.
In addition to tackling unlawful mining, mining officers should additionally challenge challans for overloaded autos.
The Chief Secretary emphasised the necessity for strict monitoring and supervision of unlawful mining within the districts. When apprehending unlawful autos, it’s essential to make sure the instant removing of any mined materials being transported. Care needs to be taken in dealing with autos concerned in unlawful mining.
He additionally stated common month-to-month conferences of the district-level process power needs to be organised, and the minutes of those conferences needs to be uploaded onto the portal. Additionally, it is very important persistently monitor the e-Ravana portal, and the Excise and Taxation Department also needs to be concerned in it.
The Chief Secretary stated constant and stringent measures are being carried out to fight unlawful mining within the state. In the primary quarter of 2023-24, 120 FIRs had been filed for unlawful mining, ensuing within the impounding of 343 autos. A positive of over Rs. 2.35 crore has been collected from these offenders. During the earlier yr, 1, 349 autos concerned in unlawful mining had been seized, and fines amounting to over Rs 14.89 crore had been recovered.
In Nuh district, 68 autos engaged in unlawful mining had been seized, and 23 FIRs had been registered in 2022-23.