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Dhanbad: Police got a big success, seized seven trucks loaded with illegal coal.

The coal loaded in seven trucks seized from Bagodar police station area on November 18 was found to be illegal during investigation. The illegal coal was loaded from Nirsa area of ​​Dhanbad. Five trucks were being sent to Uttar Pradesh, while two trucks were being sent to Bihar. After arresting the vehicles, the police sent the coal related documents to the DMO for investigation. Investigation revealed that illegal coal loaded in six out of seven trucks was being sent on the basis of fake invoices. Whereas there was no document related to coal in one truck. The police have registered an FIR on the application of the mining inspector. FIR has been registered under section 379/ 411/ 414/ 467/ 468/ 471/ 420/34 of IPC. SDPO Naushad Alam said that the police had caught seven trucks on GT Road. The investigation of the matter is ongoing.

All five drivers sent to jail

Out of the seven trucks, the drivers of two trucks absconded. While the drivers of five have been arrested by the police and sent to jail. These trucks were caught from different places on GT Road. When the drivers of two trucks got information that the police was investigating the trucks, both of them ran away hitting the vehicles everywhere on the GT Road. The truck drivers who have been arrested and sent to jail include A Rahman of West Bengal, Lal Bahadur Yadav of Uttar Pradesh, Shriram Kumar Yadav and Mukesh Kumar of Bihar and Mithun Kumar, resident of Chirkunda, Dhanbad.

35-40 tonnes of illegal coal in each truck

The seven trucks seized by the police from GT Road were each loaded with about 35 to 40 tonnes of illegal coal. Truck numbers NL01AC-5519, WB45-7434, UP62BT-2376, WB37D-6672, UP54T-4948, WB65B-9086 and JH02Y-6528 have been seized.

Drivers of trucks are changed on GT Road: The arrested drivers said that they had boarded the truck in Govindpur. They do not have information from where the coal was loaded in these trucks and whose coal it is. However, sources say that the coal was loaded from Nirsa in Dhanbad district and the old coal smugglers’ syndicate is also involved in this transportation. However, the Giridih Police’s campaign against illegal coal has created a stir among smugglers. To send many trucks to Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, coal smugglers have started changing routes instead of using GT Road.


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