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Superintendent of Police Dr Yashveer Singh said that the matter is being investigated. Action will be taken against the culprits soon.
The Uttar Pradesh government has banned overloading in mining-related trucks. Despite this, overloading continues in Jalaun. The entire game is being held in collusion with the police under the guise of Corona Knight curfew. Here 100 to 200 rupees are being recovered from each truck. Sources reveal that up to 60 thousand rupees are recovered in a day. In return, the soldiers tell the location of their officers to the drivers. After the illegal recovery video surfaced, Superintendent of Police Dr Yashveer Singh claimed to have taken action by conducting an investigation.
Police personnel were deployed late Tuesday night near Badagaon in Kadaura police station area. Every day around 300 trucks of maurang come out of this area from Hamirpur and Balu Ghat of Jalaun. On Tuesday night, seeing the trucks on duty here, suddenly became active. Two policemen, armed with realities, were seen filling their pockets with money from the drovers of overload trucks loaded with sand and maurang.
Claims that this is not a 1 day affair. Here the recovery of policemen from drivers is carried out every day. Police personnel charge 100-100 rupees from underloaded vehicles and 200-200 rupees for removing overloaded trains and get their trains removed. This money is used to give the location of the police officers, so that their trucks cannot be caught. Superintendent of Police Dr Yashveer Singh said that the matter is being investigated. Action will be taken against the culprits soon.
Several police points where recovery continues
From Kadaura area of Jalaun, 300 trucks filled with sand and maurang come out every day. This truck comes from Hamirpur and Balu Ghat of Jalaun. From these trucks, police personnel make illegal recovery by making points near the crossings of Baragaon, Kadaura Chauraha, Barai Bamba and Jolhupur. This recovery is done according to the convenience of the truckers. Sources reveal that the policemen recover up to 60 thousand rupees from these truckers on a daily basis.