Illegal mining, speeding and over loading raises concern among Gurgaon Police; meeting held
Gurgaon Police held a meeting of the top rank leaders on Thursday to discuss the problems of illegal mining, riders speeding on road and over loading of vehicles in Gurgaon. A number of topics were bought to the table and a number of desicions were taken to reduce the aforementioned problems.
The meeting chaired by the President Shri SN
Vashisht, IPS, DGP of Haryana
was also attended by the top ranking
police officials in Gurgaon. Shri Shatrujeet Kapoor, Balpul Inspector
General of Police, Southern Range, Rewari, Mr S. Chawla, Balpul
Commissioner of Police, Faridabad, Mr Alok Mittl, Balpul Police
Commissioner, Gurgaon, Mr Vivek Sharma, IPS Joint Commissioner Crime,
Gurgaon, Mrs. Bharti Arora, IPS Joint Commissioner of Police
Headquarters, Gurgaon, Mr Shekhar Vidyarthi, IAS Deputy Commissioner,
Gurgaon, Mr RC Verma, Deputy Commissioner, Mewat present at the
meeting gave in their valuable inputs.
It has been seen in the recent times that a number of
road accidents have resulted into a number of conflicts. Many time,
the dumpers speeding or overloaded results in accidents on the road,
which eventually results in fights and gives rise to communal
tensions in the city.
Talking about illegal mining, Shri Vashist said that
to stop the act of illegal mining a number of stringent steps would
be taken like any such vehicle would not be allowed inside Haryana
border. The roads from Rajasthan to Harayana would have a number of
check-posts and only those dumpers and trucks would be allowed in the
state, which would have the legitimate valid mining tender with them.
Apart from that, special stickers, bar-code or hologram would be
pasted on the vehicles, which would change every day. The crusher
zone would also have mining department checks and police checks.
In the meeting, the police officials also made it
clear that speeding and over loaded dumpers would face serious
charges. People flouting rules would not be spared and strict actions
would be taken against them. Truck drivers have been instructed not
to overload their trucks and they should not drive more than 50 kms
per hour and they should not be less then the legal age of driving in
India. People who have made provisions in their trucks for
overloading purposes needs to bring back their vehicle in the
standard proportion or even they would be penalized.
The presider of the meeting also encouraged everyone
present to work together and to co-ordinate so as to rectify the
situations at hand with complete support from each other.
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