Illegal Mining Case: The smoldering fire due to illegal mining in Brij 84 Kos coming in Rajasthan's Bharatpur region is now slowly taking a formidable form
After the attempt of self-immolation of a sadhu in Bharatpur, the Rajasthan government has also announced to declare the Aadi Badri and Kankanchal hills as protected forest areas, but even now the politics is not stopping on this.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has also given instructions to run a campaign against the mining mafia.
Now on this issue, former Congress minister and senior MLA Bharat Singh has opened a front against his own government.
MLA Bharat Singh has made a big allegation on the Congress government. The MLA has written a letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, accusing the Mining Minister, saying that "the state's Mining Minister is the biggest mining mafia of the state".
Through this line, the MLA has made a direct attack on Mining Minister Pramod Jain Bhaya. In the letter the MLA wrote “Kokh Mein Chhora Aur Shahar Mein Dhindora” i.e. the mining minister of the state is the biggest mining mafia of the state.
MLA Bharat Singh wrote in a warning tone to his own government 'I have written letters many times on Sorsan conservation, if the only way to stop illegal mining is the sadhu route of Bharatpur, then I will follow this effective path.
As MLA Bharat Singh has written in the letter that he has written several times against illegal mining and has tried to warn the government. But no action has been taken by the government in this matter.
Illegal mining continues in the Brij area of Bharatpur for the last several years. Against which the saints were agitating for almost last two years. The Aadi Badri and Kankanchal hills of the region have been sieved by the mining mafia.