LA panel seeks report about brick kilns on farmland
Agri production loss
Jammu, Jan 10: A Legislative Assembly sub committee today sought detailed report from Agriculture Department about the farm land being used by the brick kiln owners in Kathua, Samba, Jammu, Rajouri, Budgam and Pulwama within a fortnight for scrutiny.
The LA panel which met here today held a detailed discussion on the production loss in agriculture due to use of land and removal of soil for brick making, an official statement said.
Chairing the meeting, MLA Ch. Zulfikar Ali sought detailed report about the agriculture land used by the Brick kilns owners in Kathua, Samba, Jammu, Rajouri, Budgam and Pulwama within a fortnight for the scrutiny of the members of Sub-Committee.
Ch Zulfikar directed the CAPD authorities to seek the verification from the concerned Tehsildar that the mud stock is available with the brick unit holder, before renewal of licence to brick kilns,.
Legislators, Dr. Shafi Ahmed Wani, Haji Muhammad Asharaf Gani, and Charan Jeet Singh stressed for stringent measures to be adopted while granting permission for establishment of brick kilns.
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