Madhya Pradesh: Guna collector demands strict action against the mafia, joint inspections to ensure covid safety measures

Guna: Under the chairmanship of collector Frank Noble A, a meeting of revenue, police and forests department was held at Collectorate Hall on Wednesday.

In his address Noble said that revenue and police officers should work in coordination and take strict action against the mafia.

He asked the officials to conduct joint inspections to ensure that locals adopt corona appropriate behavior. Shop of the operators who are not following the corona rules should be sealed, he said.

He asked the officials to impose fines on corona norm flouters under Roto-Toko campaign. He directed that the civic bodies to fete the shopkeepers who are diligently following corona norms.

He told the revenue and police officers to take strict action against land mafia, sand mafia, illegal liquor and adulterers. He directed the departments to that daily data of action taken should be shared with the SDM.

In Guna, complaints of farming on forest land and illegal occupation are rampant so collector directed the officers of the forest department to take joint action against the same.

Superintendent of police Rajiv Kumar Mishra, district forest divisional officer Mayank Chandiwal, additional collector Vivek Raghuvanshi, deputy collector Sonam Jain, sub-divisional officer Ankita Jain, sub-divisional officer Raghogarh Akshay Kumar Temrwal, additional superintendent of police TS Baghel along with Revenue and Police officers were present.

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