Bengal Police stopped hundreds of trucks laden with coal from Jharkhand at Dibudih border, sent back

Arvind SinghDhanbad/Chirkunda: There has been a stir at the Dibudih checkpost on the Jharkhand Bengal border since late on Friday night after coal-laden trucks were turned back by the Bengal Police. There is a long queue of road vehicles in NH 2 GT, the truck driver is upset, no one is ready […]
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Bengal Police stopped hundreds of trucks laden with coal from Jharkhand at Dibudih border, sent back




Arvind Singh
Dhanbad/Chirkunda: There has been a stir at the Dibudih checkpost on the Jharkhand Bengal border since late on Friday night after coal-laden trucks were turned back by the Bengal Police. There is a long queue of road vehicles in NH 2 GT, the truck driver is upset, no one is ready to tell anything. Dibudih checkpost in-charge has been referred to the above order to the drivers. It has been said that vehicles laden with coal have been banned from entering Bengal. In this regard, DCP Abhishek Modi of Asansol Police Commissionerate West Zone said that illegal coal laden vehicles are being investigated, instructions have been given to stop them. If the same sources are to be believed, then there is a case of high political interference on the said matter, only on the political guidelines, the coal trucks coming from Jharkhand have been sent back.
sent back straight away without any inquiry
Hundreds of coal laden vehicles are stranded on NH 2 border after being returned. Everyone had to transport coal to different places in Bengal. TRUCK NO JH02A W3439, JH02N-9193, JH02AS 4744, JH10AA 8755, NL01AC 9347, JH10AA 3886, JH02Q 6391, JH10AB 6321, JH10AA 3493, JH 02U 5358, JH 02AL1229, JH 02AW436802A WK02 IN DRIVERS Alam Khan, Meghnath Yadav, Umesh Karmakar, Laxmi Singh, Kalicharan Rawani, Mahesh Prasad Saw etc. told that they were stopped at the border on Friday midnight and sent back, no investigation of any kind was done, the police said above. Sent back saying that there was an order from him, he has been standing on the border since then.
Illegal coal has to be stopped from coming to Bengal: DCP
In this regard, when asked over telephone, Abhishek Modi, DCP of Asansol Commissionerate West Zone, said that illegal coal has to be stopped from entering Bengal. For this, trucks laden with coal have been stopped for checking the documents. At the same time, when he was asked to send back all the coal laden trucks without any investigation, he did not answer anything.

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