Screws on those who do black marketing of government ration, goods being confiscated in Jabalpur – न्यूज़लीड India

Screws on those who do black marketing of government ration, goods being confiscated in Jabalpur


oi-Kartik Agnihotri


Published: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 23:38 [IST]

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Jabalpur, 13 September: Jabalpur collector is now in action mode against those who do black marketing of ration. In the case of getting the ration of government shops at unauthorized places, now the entire ration is being forfeited. In June, a similar rigging was caught in an area where several quintals of government ration was found illegally. That ration has been forfeited. Similarly, stock is being mixed after checking all the shops in the district.


Instead of ration shop in Jabalpur, strict action is being taken on getting stock of ration at other places. After the decree of Collector Ilaiyaraja T., there is a stir among the black marketers. In fact, in a similar case in the month of June, a large number of government ration stocks were found unauthorizedly loaded in a vehicle. which was confiscated. After that many more complaints reached the administration. in which errors were found. of public distribution system
Collector Dr. Ilaiyaraja T. has ordered to forfeit the food grains and the vehicle used in it in the interest of the government. Action was taken at the fair price shop of the city’s Jan Sahakari Consumer Bhandar Futatal. In which shop operator Mohammad Burhan Raza and his father Abdul Mehmood Rangrez were caught. Along with the loading mini truck, 173 bags of wheat, 68 bags of rice, 20 bags of salt, one bag of sugar, 10 bags of chana and electronic weighing forks were seized.


The accused in the case is in jail
Show cause notices were also issued to the vehicle owner Azam Khan, driver Kalpesh, ration seller Mohammad Burhan Raza and Mohammad Abdul Mehmood Rangrez in this case by the Collector’s court. A case was registered against Abdul Mehmood Rangrez among the accused in the case under the Prevention of Thieves Market and Supply of Essential Commodities Act. The administration has made it clear that now those who mess with the government ration will not be spared.

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Story first published: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 23:38 [IST]

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