CM flying team arrived in Assandh to investigate paddy procurement.
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After three rice mills of Jundla Anaj Mandi area in Karnal district of Haryana, now fraud has come to the fore in Assandh Anaj Mandi. In the investigation of the Chief Minister’s Flying Squad on Friday, apart from deleting the gate pass of 40 thousand quintals in Mandi, there has also been a discrepancy in the verification of rice mills. 8200 bags of Uttar Pradesh rice were found in BG Overseas Rice Mill. This rice was hidden under the bags of paddy.
About five thousand bags of paddy have been found less in Shree Shyam Rice Mill. Chief Minister’s Flying Squad DSP Ajit Singh said that a complaint has been given to the police. Apart from Radhe-Radhe Rice Mill and Balaji Rice Mill in Assandh itself, investigation continued till night at Green Valley Rice Mill in Ardana. If there is any mistake, then action will be taken.
Records of arhtiyas and market committee are also being mixed
The Chief Minister’s Flying Squad has questioned the employees of the Market Committee. The records of the gate pass of the market committee and the books of the arhtiyas have been matched. If the records of the firms could not be matched in the preliminary investigation, then they have been given time. At the same time, notices have also been issued to the arhtiyas. Rice millers cheat the government of crores of rupees by making a mess. This also includes procurement agencies. HAFED has allotted paddy to the mills. Therefore, the involvement of the officers and employees of the agency cannot be ruled out. Now the Chief Minister Flying Squad and the police will investigate together.
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The team of CM Flying included Inspector Bali Ram, Raj Singh, Sub Inspector Sher Singh, ASI Joginder, Virendra Sandhu. The team has been investigating in Assandh since morning. First, the records of the market committee were examined in the grain market. After this, physical verification was done by going to the mills.
Investigations have been done from morning till night in five rice mills of Assandh. In BG Overseas, about 8200 bags were used for rice from UP. The miller hid this rice under the bags of paddy. A complaint has been given to the police. At the same time, about five thousand bags less paddy than the record has been found in Shree Shyam Rice Mill. At the same time, the investigation is going on till late night in other mills, where any disturbance will be found, action will be taken as per rules. Ajit Singh, DSP, CM Flying.