Raids on illegal sand mining, medications nets police property values Rs 86 lakh | Mangaluru News


Mangaluru: Mangaluru city authorities , in a quiet behind the scenes activity whilst managing the frontlines against the global pandemic, contains broken down on illegal sand mining and medication at a huge way in July and August.
At a press communique issued on Monday, town police commissioner Vikash Kumar Vikash said that city authorities had taken up joint action on both of these kinds of crime across the commissionerate limits.
Raids performed in authorities restricts in tandem with the division of mines and geology or suo motu from both months saw authorities enroll 13 instances and detain 10 persons for illegal mining, storage, and transport of sand. Authorities captured 14 vehicles used to transfer sand combined with two dredging machines,” Kumar said, including the entire value of land captured from the jurisdictional police in these instances is Rs 71.3 lakh.
Similarly, in activity initiated under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS), authorities enrolled six cases and detained 10 persons for possession and sale of drugs valued at Rs 14.8 lakh.
The commissioner said enforcing a entire crackdown on drunken driving because stage I of unlock, when spirits shops opened for business since it possibly could expose employees from traffic authorities to the coronavirus, town authorities are paying deep attention to other kinds of crimes.


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