Sat. Dec 2nd, 2023

HOSHIARPUR-In order to make sure compliance with the instructions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court to place a full cease to stubble burning, Special Director General of Police (Spl DGP) Law and Order Arpit Shukla on Wednesday mentioned {that a} pink alert has been sounded in all of the districts and authorized motion will likely be initiated if anybody discovered burning stubble. Pertinently, DGP Punjab Gaurav Yadav had appointed Spl DGP Arpit Shukla because the Police Nodal Officer to watch motion in opposition to stubble burning.

He mentioned that CPs/SSPs have been directed to have interaction farmers, residents and numerous stakeholders to sensitise them concerning the in poor health results of the stubble burning, which can be a violation of regulation and motion and motion might be initiated in opposition to them.

“All DSPs and SHOs have been asked to have discussions with Sarpanches and Kisan leaders to sensitise them about the ill effects of stubble burning, which not only affect the urban people but each and every individual, ” mentioned Spl DGP Arpit Shukla, who was on a whirlwind tour to overview the stubble burning circumstances in Hoshiarpur and SBS Nagar district.

He additionally known as a gathering of all of the gazetted rank officers and Station House Officers (SHOs) in Hoshiarpur and SBS Nagar to overview the standing of stubble burning of their areas.

The Special DGP urged farmers to cooperate and never put matchstick on crop residue, which won’t solely result in deterioration of the atmosphere however will even have an effect on the well being of youngsters.

He mentioned that relying on the world and dimension of the Police Station, a ample variety of further patrolling events are already activated, whereas, flying squads have additionally been holding vigil on stubble burning. Strict authorized motion will likely be taken in opposition to violators, he reiterated.

Meanwhile, Spl DGP Arpit Shukla accompanied by SSP Hoshiarpur Sartaj Singh Chahal additionally visited the venue of a rally, scheduled to be held on November 18, to overview the safety preparations.

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