Rajpura's MLA Hardial Singh Kamboj involved in Ilegal Mining on Rajpura-Ambala National Highway? - ECAS Punjab

Rajpura's MLA Hardial Singh Kamboj involved in Ilegal Mining on Rajpura-Ambala National Highway?

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Rajpura, India: Illegal Mining is a significant serious issue in Punjab and progressive governments have been promising that they will be one way or another figure out how to control it and there is a natural debacle that is in the works. As indicated by the sources, numerous political pioneers from around the district of Ghanour and Rajpura including the MLA of Rajpura Hardial Singh Kamboj are said to be included, however, last isn't affirmed yet. 

Over the past two years, there have been many reports of rampant illegal mining from the Ghaggar river in Ghanaur and Rajpura constituency, both represented by Congress MLAs.

Also in the year 2017, A general manager with the Mohali and Patiala Mining Department, Tehal Singh Sekhon, had accused the district police of manhandling him and shielding the mining mafia. He claimed that the police did not even act after henchmen of the mining mafia thrashed him in full public view and tried to crush him under their tipper at Rajgarh village in Chief Minister’s home district Patiala.

On the other hand, Rajpura as a town has miserable local roads and also the supply of drinking water is conflicting. The public of Rajpura as of now is deliberately waiting for the results by the government of Rajprua, independent of gathering affiliations. There has been no development in the city of Rajpura despite Hardial Singh Kamboj having won two consecutive terms. The people believe that if he was in the opposition, he might have at least taken up our issues with the MC in a better way.

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