STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Police on Tuesday fined seven violators for illegal mining near Tawi river bed. As per details, an information was received at Police Post Manwal through reliable sources that after rains, locals of Kishenpur village, which is under the jurisdiction of Police Post Manwal, were mining sand from bank of river Tawi illegally. On this, a police team of Police Post Manwal led by In-Charge Police Post Manwal Insp Vikram Singh Jasrotia along with a team of DMO Jammu Vishal Dogra reached the spot and found dumps of sand illegally mined out from Tawi river bed.The persons, who were fined for illegal sand minding included Parveen Singh, son of Lt Mushi Singh, resident of Maneh Tehsil Dansal (20 MT Sand); Vijay Kumar, son of Sandhuru Ram, resident of Kathar Kathar Tehsil Dansal (15 MT Sand); Roshan Lal, son of Uttam Chand, resident of Kathar Tehsil Dansal (20 MT Sand); Sohan Lal, son of Gareebu Ram, resident of Thalora Tehsil Majalta Distt Udhampur (50 MT Sand); Rakesh Kumar, son of Rattan Lal, resident of Kahpota Tehsil Dansal Distt Jammu (25 MT Sand); Darshan Kumar, son of Mehar Singh, resident of Ranga Tehsil Ramnagar (20 MT Sand) and Bansi Lal, son of Prem Chand, resident of Thalora Tehsil Majalta (15 MT Sand). In total, 165 MT illegally mined sand was seized and violators were fined.
Indian Legal Lottery Operator Competing for Top British Contract
Ladakh reports 33 new Covid cases
Anti-inflammation drug may effectively treat COVID-19 complications in children: Study
Apple previews new software for iPhone, other gadgets
IT Dept detects import under-invoicing, tax evasion by laptop firm
Climate financing area of worry, says Sitharaman
Financial markets to remain closed for Dussehra
Petrol, diesel prices hiked again
WPI inflation eases to 10.66 pc in Sep on lower food prices
Download 10Cric Casino app, and enjoy Indias most popular casino games, directly on your mobile!
Gamble with real money online! Play Indias favourite casino games at 7Jackpots.com, Indias most trusted online casino site.
© 2020 State Times Daily Newspaper | Powered by Ideogram Technology Solutions [P] Ltd.