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once norms violated, haryana has no authority to grant extension to stone crushers: ngt | cities news,the indian express

once norms violated, haryana has no authority to grant extension to stone crushers: ngt | cities news,the indian express

The National Green Tribunal has come down heavily on the Haryana government questioning the states authority under which it was giving repeated extensions to the stone crushers violating pollution norms.

While deciding an October 31, 2018 execution application filed by Sardar Patel Jan Chetna Education Society, the NGT has ruled, We find that the State of Haryana has no jurisdiction to grant time once there is violation of environmental norms. The State is bound by the Public Trust Doctrine to enforce environment norms as such safeguards are part of fundamental right of citizens to life.

Lambasting the state government, the NGT remarked, Once it is so, the State has no discretion to waive compliance only on the plea of avoiding litigation. The said waiver being against the principle of sustainable development, to enforced by this Tribunal under Section 20 of the NGT Act, has to be declared non-est. Let further action be taken and compliance report filed before the next date by e-mail at [email protected] preferably in the form of searchable PDF/ OCR Support PDF and not in the form of Image PDF.

The Haryana Pollution Control Board (HPCB) had been giving rampant extensions to various stone crushers across the state despite the fact that many of those were blatantly violating environmental norms.

In its reply, the HPCB informed the NGT that out of 56 such stone crushers, 10 had been closed, 39 were complying with the norms and out of the remaining seven, five were ordered to be closed while proceedings for closure were pending against two. The HPCB also mentioned that the Haryana government, in an order dated May 19, had granted extension of time to stone crushers that were not meeting the criteria.

According to the applicant Sardar Patel Jan Chetna Education Society, the Mines and Geology Department of the State of Haryana had issued a Notification dated September 28, 1992 notifying Haryana Regulation and Control of Crusher Rules, 1992. Rule 3 (5) of the Noise Pollution Rules provides for 100 meters area around educational institutions and hospitals being declared as silence area. The said distance was subsequently increased to 250 metres vide Notification dated September 25, 2017. There is also requirement for precautions for protection of forest, water bodies, health treatment units etc. Some of the States had issued notifications laying down distance from educational institutions within which no stone crusher can be set up, the plea had said.

74 stone crusher units closed over goonda tax : the tribune india

74 stone crusher units closed over goonda tax : the tribune india

Talking to The Tribune today, Mubarikpur association president Amarjeet Bansal alleged that tippers and other vehicle drivers ferrying material from Haryana are being forced to shell out money as a royalty against the loaded material.

He further alleged that the mining mafia is harassing us by stopping our trucks on unauthorised nakas. They operate in connivance with the police and mining authorities, he alleged. The crusher owners have refused to supply stones and others material till the issue is resolved.

Local MLA NK Sharma said charging of goonda tax by politically influential local transporters will hamper the flow of industrial investment. He threatened to launch a stir, if the state government failed to curb the menace.

Gurpreetpal Singh, District Mining Officer, said that they have not received any compliant regarding goonda tax being collected. We will take all necessary legal action after we receive a complaint in this regard, he added.

The Tribune, now published from Chandigarh, started publication on February 2, 1881, in Lahore (now in Pakistan). It was started by Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, a public-spirited philanthropist, and is run by a trust comprising four eminent persons as trustees.

The Tribune, the largest selling English daily in North India, publishes news and views without any bias or prejudice of any kind. Restraint and moderation, rather than agitational language and partisanship, are the hallmarks of the paper. It is an independent newspaper in the real sense of the term.

charkhi dadri stone crushers fined rs 36 crore, green panel told : the tribune india

charkhi dadri stone crushers fined rs 36 crore, green panel told : the tribune india

As many as 277 stone crushers in Charkhi Dadri had been fined Rs 31.45 crore for illegal groundwater extraction while a Rs 4.89 crore penalty had been slapped on 33 for violating other norms, a panel constituted to look into the irregularities has told the National Green Tribunal. Formed following directions from the NGT on August 19, 2020, the seven-member committee submitted the details before the tribunal on January 13.

The panel comprised Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) Member Secretary S Narayanan, State Environment Impact Assessment Authority Member Secretary Shekhar Vidyarthi, Charkhi Dadri ADC Rahul Narwal and Divisional Forest Officer Bhupender Raghav and three scientists from the Central Pollution Control Board.

There were 330 crushers in Charkhi Dadri, but 53 had stopped functioning before April 15, 2015 the date of notification of the Central Ground Water Authority for obtaining permission for withdrawal of groundwater.

The Charkhi Dadri DC has issued orders for recovering the penalty from the violators. The state pollution board authorities told the committee that 35 units had been sealed for violating air quality norms. The HSPCB told the committee of the 33 units fined Rs 4.89 crore, 19 had deposited Rs 1.62 crore.

The committee has said no new stone crusher of any capacity should be allowed to operate in the region, said Narayanan. It has also recommended installation of three ambient air quality monitoring stations. The next hearing is scheduled for February 2.

The Tribune, now published from Chandigarh, started publication on February 2, 1881, in Lahore (now in Pakistan). It was started by Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, a public-spirited philanthropist, and is run by a trust comprising four eminent persons as trustees.

The Tribune, the largest selling English daily in North India, publishes news and views without any bias or prejudice of any kind. Restraint and moderation, rather than agitational language and partisanship, are the hallmarks of the paper. It is an independent newspaper in the real sense of the term.

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