In a renewed action, the CM Flying Squad once again conducted a raid at the Municipal Council office in Hansi. The team, led by ASI Rakesh Kumar, reportedly spent nearly an hour at the location. The Chief Minister’s Office had intervened, appointing SDO Mohan Lal as the Duty Magistrate for the operation.
Several officers and staff members were found absent during the raid, prompting the CM Flying Squad to take action and report against them. Duty Magistrate Mohan Lal revealed that complaints had been received regarding irregularities in sanitation and ongoing assessments at the Municipal Council. The operation was conducted to address these concerns and ensure accountability.
The raid focused on issues related to waste dumping, specifically in the vicinity of the historic Kammar Jheel and nearby areas of Hansi. Despite having designated dumping sites in the municipal council’s bid farm, waste disposal was reportedly being carried out near the Kammar Jheel, causing inconvenience to the public. The situation had led to repeated complaints, prompting the CM Flying Squad to take action.
SDO Mohan Lal highlighted that citizens had been facing difficulties due to the continuous dumping of waste near the historic Kammar Jheel. Additionally, despite having legal provisions and designated dumping areas, the Municipal Council was reportedly disposing of waste in prohibited zones, leading to environmental concerns.
Furthermore, the Municipal Council’s bid farm, which was supposed to serve as a designated waste disposal site, was found to be in violation of regulations. Legal proceedings were already underway in court regarding these violations.
The raid conducted by the CM Flying Squad aimed to address the persistent issues related to waste management and sanitation in Hansi. The team, under the leadership of ASI Rakesh Kumar, took stock of the situation and reported against officials and employees who were absent from duty during the operation.
The ongoing court proceedings related to the Municipal Council’s actions in violation of waste disposal regulations were also a part of the scrutiny. The CM Flying Squad not only conducted a physical raid but also examined the documents and records in the Municipal Council offices during the operation.
This action follows a series of concerns raised by the public and environmental issues arising from improper waste disposal practices in Hansi. The raid is expected to bring attention to the negligence in waste management and ensure that necessary steps are taken to rectify the situation.
The Chief Minister’s Flying Squad has been actively addressing public complaints and concerns related to various government departments. The recent raid in Hansi signifies the government’s commitment to enforcing accountability and proper governance, particularly in critical areas like waste management and sanitation.
The CM Flying Squad conducted a raid at the Hansi Municipal Council office, addressing concerns related to waste disposal near the historic Kammar Jheel and ongoing assessments. The action aimed to rectify irregularities, ensure accountability, and uphold environmental regulations.