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Dhanbad: BCCL wakes up after the disappearance of crores of coal, now this master plan has been made to stop theft

Kanhaiya Pandey, Dhanbad
Dhanbad means the capital of coal. The cuckoo here is sent abroad. But for the last one year, the coal mafia has been sitting on this coal by beating it. NBT.com busted this coal black game, on which the Coal Ministry to the State Government also took cognizance. There was a pause for a few days and now it has started again. Neither the district administration took any action nor BCCL (Bharat Cocking Coal Limited). When crores of black coal went out of Dhanbad, then everyone woke up in a hurry and after meeting it was made a master plan to stop illegal coal business.

To prevent organized coal theft, a meeting of the Coordination Committee was organized at New Town Hall under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Sandeep Singh. In the meeting, it was decided to prevent coal theft by making a strategy by coordinating between the district administration, police, BCCL and CISF to ensure free, fair and peaceful coal mining and maintain law and order.

Review FIR and its status
It was decided in the meeting to review all FIRs registered for coal theft in the last 3 years and its status, to conduct regular check-up operations, to weigh coal loaded trucks at the mining site and at the destination. In the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner said that Bharat Coking Coal Limited should ensure that the DO holder lifts the coal as per the rules. He said that strict legal action would be taken against those doing illegal coal mining and illegal coal transportation. The purpose of the meeting is to ensure that the mining area should work in a proper and peaceful manner.

Discussion was held on making an action plan to prevent theft
In the meeting, discussions were held to prepare an action plan to check theft of coal from the closed coal mines. It was also decided by BCCL to provide sufficient number of vehicles, fuel to the CISF for patrolling in the mining areas, and to register a named FIR against those who obstruct the mining operations.

Identify people to be helpful in coal theft: SSP
In the meeting, SSP Sanjeev Kumar said that while registering FIR of coal theft, BCCL should follow the SOP and identify people who are helpful in coal theft. Also, BCCL should provide assistance to the police in the investigation.

These people were involved in the meeting
Deputy Commissioner Sandeep Singh, SSP Sanjeev Kumar, Sub-Divisional Officer Prem Kumar Tiwari, Director (Technical) of BCCL, Vinay Kajla, DIG of CISF, Commandant Shekhar Ramola, General Manager of BCCL and ECL and other administrative and police officers, station in-charge were present in the meeting.

District administration, BCCL and other officials attended the meeting


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