Punjab

Villager arrested for illegal sand mining

dilbag singh | November 16, 2021 04:20 PM

 

NAKODAR The Mehat Pur police have arrested a villager for transporting illegal sand.

The investigating officer (IO) Sukhdev Singh said that the accused has been identified as Atma Ram a resident of Bute Dian Chhana village

IO said that the accused was intercepted at a Naka at Sangowal village where he could not produce any document for carrying sand.

IO said that a case under section 21 of the Punjab Mining Act and section 379(theft) and 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property) of the IPC has  been registered against the accused and impounded his  tractor trolley loaded with illegal sand and released him on bail.

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