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RMMIA:A fee of ₹ 25000 per year and ₹ 10 per TP charged on it is unconstitutional says officials

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21 May 23
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 RMMIA:A fee of ₹ 25000 per year and ₹ 10 per TP charged on it is unconstitutional says  officials

A press conference was organized under the joint auspices of Rajasthan Minor Mineral Industry Association Bichiwada Chamber of Commerce Kaldwas Chamber in which Convenor Surendra Rajpurohit, Co-coordinator Rohit Mehta Hemant Jain, etc., while addressing the press, said that mineral grinding industries in Rajasthan had been established by the Department of Mines. 
The transit pass system and the fee of ₹ 25000 per year and ₹ 10 per TP charged on it is unconstitutional, and the gazette notification issued by the government only included minor industries. In contrast, that notification applies to all 26 little mineral industries. Marble Granite, Lime, etc. enterprises have not yet been registered in 4 years, and they are not being charged; this discrimination is rampant in all the minor metal industries of Rajasthan. 
Minister BD Kalla  s[eaker  CP Joshi  MLA Prieei shaktawat Raghuvir Meena Ramlal Jaat  supported the cause  and  sent its recommendation to the authorities to separate the powder, but the officials are not desisting of their own free will, whereas grinding industries have nothing to do with illegal mining, our initiatives would have been 200 km away from the mining areas Vigilance Unit of the Mines Department is among whom, the Mines Department itself is the process of stopping illegal mining by the Police M-Satellite, not only this, the Mines Department also appoints the contractors, then it is not appropriate to disturb the industries, we have only one demand, we the Mines Department be freed from the clutches 

 


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