Jind. CM Flying, along with the city council team, conducted raids at Topkhana Mohalla on Sunday and recovered 606 kg of polythene from three shops. The sudden raid stirred the shopkeepers and many shopkeepers closed the shops. Singla traders have been seized 77 kg from Shri Giriraj Matt store and 29 kg polythene from Jain Traders and have been invoiced for 25.25 thousand rupees. During this time a large number of people gathered on the spot. CM Flying was reported to have large amounts of polythene at some shops in Topkhana Mohalla. CM Flying Incharge DSP Ravindra Kumar, Duty Magistrate and Municipal Council EO Dr SK Chauhan along with the team arrived at Topkhana Mohalla. Initially, the shopkeepers were denying they had polythene.
City police station was also called on the spot for not cooperating in the investigation. After that the city council staff teamed up with the CM Flying Team and searched the shops. During this period, about five quintals of polythene were found in a warehouse built inside and above it. Polythene was taken out of its warehouse, weighed on the fork and filled it in bags and put it in the trolley of the city council. During this time, the shop owners kept pleading with the authorities to defend themselves. But the authorities did not listen to one, citing the banning of polythene by the central government.
CM Flying Incharge Ravindra Kumar said that polythene is a big threat to the environment. Therefore, the central government has banned polythene. Polythene was reported to be placed at some stores. Duty Magistrate Municipal Council EO Dr. SK Chauhan was raided along with three shops, a large amount of polythene was recovered.
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