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Hailakandi DC orders probe into sand business

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HAILAKANDI, May 20 - Deputy Commissioner of Hailakandi, Adil Khan has ordered an inquiry into the huge stacking of sand under Katlicherra Circle in Hailakandi district following a direction from the Environment and Forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya.

Minister Suklabaidya inspected the site along with Deputy Commissioner Khan, Superintendent of Police Mohneesh Mishra, senior district administration and forest officials on May 17 while on his way back to Katlicherra after attending the inaugural function of a piped water supply scheme at Rupacherra.

Khan directed the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), NH Mazumder to conduct the inquiry into huge piling of sand at Rangabak Part-I on the eastern side of Bajemara to Ananda Bazar under Katlicherra Circle.

In an official directive, the Deputy Commissioner directed the DFO to conduct an inquiry in the presence of the Subdivisional Magistrate of Hailakandi P Timung, and submit the report to him immediately.

Khan also instructed the DFO to report any other irregularities for necessary action and to ensure that no illegal activities concerning his department take place.

The order says: �in case of any such activities, the DFO has to report immediately to the Deputy Commissioner�.

Meanwhile, DFO Mazumder informed Deputy Commissioner Khan that on measurement he found 10681.0 cubic metres of sand dumped at 23 different locations at Bajemara area and collected from Katakhal sand mining unit No. 4 and Dhaleswari sand mining unit No.1 on May 17 and ordered its seizure.

Following the inquiry, the licence of the sand mahal has been suspended, official sources informed. Chief Conservator of Forests, Southern Assam Circle also made a visit to the area on May 18.

Meanwhile, notice has been served to the owner of the mining units with direction to produce supporting documents for collection and storage of sand at Bajemara area. In this connection, Assistant Conservator of Forests (Headquarters), Akhil Dutta has been asked to conduct a thorough inquiry into the collection and storage of sand.

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Hailakandi DC orders probe into sand business

HAILAKANDI, May 20 - Deputy Commissioner of Hailakandi, Adil Khan has ordered an inquiry into the huge stacking of sand under Katlicherra Circle in Hailakandi district following a direction from the Environment and Forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya.

Minister Suklabaidya inspected the site along with Deputy Commissioner Khan, Superintendent of Police Mohneesh Mishra, senior district administration and forest officials on May 17 while on his way back to Katlicherra after attending the inaugural function of a piped water supply scheme at Rupacherra.

Khan directed the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), NH Mazumder to conduct the inquiry into huge piling of sand at Rangabak Part-I on the eastern side of Bajemara to Ananda Bazar under Katlicherra Circle.

In an official directive, the Deputy Commissioner directed the DFO to conduct an inquiry in the presence of the Subdivisional Magistrate of Hailakandi P Timung, and submit the report to him immediately.

Khan also instructed the DFO to report any other irregularities for necessary action and to ensure that no illegal activities concerning his department take place.

The order says: �in case of any such activities, the DFO has to report immediately to the Deputy Commissioner�.

Meanwhile, DFO Mazumder informed Deputy Commissioner Khan that on measurement he found 10681.0 cubic metres of sand dumped at 23 different locations at Bajemara area and collected from Katakhal sand mining unit No. 4 and Dhaleswari sand mining unit No.1 on May 17 and ordered its seizure.

Following the inquiry, the licence of the sand mahal has been suspended, official sources informed. Chief Conservator of Forests, Southern Assam Circle also made a visit to the area on May 18.

Meanwhile, notice has been served to the owner of the mining units with direction to produce supporting documents for collection and storage of sand at Bajemara area. In this connection, Assistant Conservator of Forests (Headquarters), Akhil Dutta has been asked to conduct a thorough inquiry into the collection and storage of sand.

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