Administration is not taking lesson from the accidents in MP: Sand-filled overloaded dumpers running indiscriminately day and night on the state highway and regional roads, questions raised due to lack of action

Anil Malviya, Ichhawar (Sehore). In Ichhawar of Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh, the work of inviting accidents is going on in full swing. Dumpers filled with sand are running day and night at a blinding speed on the roads of the region including the state highway coming out of the city, due to which people are becoming victims of accidents here. Even three days ago, a dumper driver on the highway near the bus stand, while driving carelessly hit and crushed a bike rider, due to which he died painfully on the spot. But even after this, no concrete steps are being taken by the administration to stop the illegal transportation of sand and speed of dumpers. Due to this, anger is growing among the people.

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The general public says that illegal transportation of sand is being done with the connivance of the Mineral Department. People have to bear the brunt of the actions of officers and employees in the form of accidents. Due to the poor functioning of the administrative officers, overloaded sand dumpers are fearlessly running at blind speed on the roads of the area, but their role is being questioned due to the officers not taking action on the overloaded dumpers. Loaded with overloaded sand from the sand mines of the Narmada river, dumpers and trucks pass through the State Highway in the middle of the city, in the daylight and in the darkness of the night. Drivers increase the speed of their vehicles as soon as they enter the city limits. These vehicles passing at blind speed are often causing accidents. But concrete action is not being taken against them by the administration, due to which the spirits of dumper operators are getting high.

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These vehicles filled with sand go to the cities of Sehore, Ashta, Indore, Kurawar, Shyampur, Dewas, Mhow etc. through the roads of the city and region. Overloaded sand-filled vehicles stand for hours on the State Highway between Ichhawar-Sehore at Toll Naka, Crescent Square, Petrol Pump and other places. But no action is taken by the officers on them. Due to this, questions are being raised by the people on the functioning of the officers.

Illegal transportation of sand is happening with the connivance of officers :-

Not only the local administration, but also the district administration level officers of the Mineral Department are kind to those who illegally transport sand without overload and royalty. It is being told that the illegal business of sand is going on indiscriminately with the connivance of the officers.

Sand is also transported by tractor trolleys :-
A large number of trolleys filled with sand come to the city since morning, they stand for hours at the water tank and lamp post on the highway. They neither have royalty nor any valid documents, yet the sand is black. The business is going back to back.

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There are heaps of sand at many places on the highway.
Dumper operators bring sand overloaded from the mines and in order to earn extra profit, they cut the sand and put it on the highway and roadside. Due to heaps of sand on the road track and sand scattered on the roads, the drivers are facing problems. Especially two wheeler drivers are becoming victims of accident by slipping from the sand.

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