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Didn't receive any letter: Soren on NGT slaps fine on Jharkhand HC, Legislative Assembly buildings

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Didn't receive any letter: Soren on NGT slaps fine on Jharkhand HC, Legislative Assembly buildings

Didn't receive any letter: Soren on NGT slaps fine on Jharkhand HC, Legislative Assembly buildings

Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on September 09 reacted on National Green Tribunal imposing fine of crores of rupees on Jharkhand court and Vidhan Sabha Bhawan.

CM Soren said that the Chief Minister Office didn't receive any document regarding the fine and the state government doesn't encourage any wrongdoing.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has imposed heavy fines on the newly constructed High Court building and the Vidhan Sabha building in Jharkhand.

The NGT has spoken of the construction of the High Court and the Assembly building without environmental approval.

On this basis, a fine of Rs 66 crore has been imposed on the High Court building and Rs 47 crore on the Vidhan Sabha building.


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