Big fish go scot-free in illegal mining crackdown in Bharatpur | Centre for Science and Environment

Big fish go scot-free in illegal mining crackdown in Bharatpur

Jaipur, March 24: As the police booked over 100 labourers involved in mining activities in Bharatpur on Thursday, sources said that the actual mining mafias are likely to go scot-free due to lack of coordination between various departments, including mining and pollution. As no officer of the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board was in the team which carried out raids at illegal mines near Nagal in Pahari police station area, the police had to release 10 stone crushers which were seized from the spot. 
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