Dumping of garbage foiled near Anamalai, trucks seized
Farmers and residents of Semanampathy near Anamalai, on the Tamil Nadu-Kerala border, foiled the try by a bunch of males to dump three truckloads of garbage, allegedly from Kerala, late on Wednesday.
Police hooked up to the Anamalai station stated individuals who seen the motion of trucks laden with garbage within the locality discovered that they have been heading to a personal tract of land.
They went to the place and located that deep pits had been dug utilizing an excavator to dump the garbage.
Around 20 males who have been working there fled after individuals raised objections and sought the intervention of the Revenue Department and the police.
People who raised objections instructed the police and income officers that garbage was dumped incessantly on the non-public land. They alleged that the proprietor of the land was incomes cash by permitting contractors to dump garbage there. The unscientific dumping of garbage would result in the unfold of ailments, air pollution of the water desk and air within the locality, they instructed officers.
According to the police, the Revenue Department seized three trucks and an excavator in reference to the incident.
However, the police are but to obtain a grievance from the Revenue Department to register a case and begin investigation, stated a police officer. Revenue Department sources stated efforts have been being taken to lodge a grievance towards these concerned.