Action by Patiala administration against farmers who burn stubble, firearms license suspended

The Punjab government is making all-out efforts to prevent farmers from burning stubble. The district administration is also supporting this step of the government with full responsibility, but still many cases of stubble burning are coming to light. But now the Patiala administration has started taking strict steps for this. In this case, the ammunition license of the stubble burner has been revoked.

In the order issued by Additional District Magistrate Anupreeta Johal, it has been said that the administration has issued orders not to burn crop residue, but despite this, Harvinder Singh son of Mahal Singh, resident of Talwandi Malik Tehsil Samana, has disobeyed these orders. was violated and the residue was set on fire, following which his firearm license no. 2241/DM/PS Sama/ Jun-2010 is suspended with immediate effect.

Let us tell you that if stubble is burnt in the fields, then the person burning the stubble and the land owner will not be able to get a visa to go abroad. Now the Patiala administration has issued a new order to ban stubble burning to prevent pollution in the state.

DC Sakshi Sahni has directed that all immigration centers will work to make the concerned passport holders and customers aware that in case of stubble burning, if the penalty amount under the Environmental Compensation Charge Policy is still pending. If so, that person will not be able to get a visa. About this, the Immigration Center should also post a notice outside their office.

The DC said that after applying for a visa, when the passport holder’s visa is verified, if a red entry is found for burning crop residue on the land registered in his name, then there will be difficulty in applying for the visa. Not only this, the administration will also be strict in conducting the assessment.

For more information regarding crop residue disposal, the administration can be contacted on chat board number 73800 16070. The Immigration Center should submit a compliance report with photographs to the PLA branch in DC by October 28.

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