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DCP asks Pinjore SHO to probe complaint

After an official complaint by the National Highway Authority of India,Panchkula Deputy Commissioner of Police has asked Station House Officer Pinjore to investigate the complaint against a transporter who is accused of illegally excavating the ground near Zirakpur-Parwanoo national highway.

Written by Express News Service | Panchkula |
January 10, 2012 3:47:27 am

After an official complaint by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI),Panchkula Deputy Commissioner of Police has asked Station House Officer (SHO) Pinjore to investigate the complaint against a transporter who is accused of illegally excavating the ground near Zirakpur-Parwanoo national highway.

“After I got the complaint from NHAI,I have asked the SHO to investigate the case,” DCP Panchkula Maneesh Chaudhary said. “The contractor claims that he had a valid sanction from the Geology department. I have also asked the police officer to check all the facts regarding the case.”

A compliant was lodged by NHAI against a transporter,Raghubir Chaudhary,for violating the Forest Conservation Act and theft of the soil from government land near Jhajra bridge on Zirakpur-Parwanoo national highway. The transporter is a relative of Kalka MLA Pradeep Chaudhary.

After the complaint was lodged against Raghubir Chaudhary,by the NHAI,he stopped excavating the earth and its transportation from the site. “I had transported only twenty trucks from the site as we had valid permission from the state’s geology and mining department. When I was asked to stop the work,I followed their directions,” Chaudhary had said.

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