Dehradun : CS Radha Raturi has given  approval to the proposal to implement MDTSS for strict monitoring of illegal mining and to increase revenue from legal mining

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  • MDTSS will be installed at 40 check gate locations
  • Use of ultra modern technology like ANPR Camera, Bullet Camera, RFID Radar, LED Flood Light for strict monitoring of mining activities
  • Mining State Control Center (MSCC) in Dehradun
  • Mini Command Centers in District Headquarters of Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar
  • CS  Radha Raturi has given instructions to prepare an action plan for the welfare and development of workers working in mining areas and to provide good education and health facilities to their children
Dehradun : Chief Secretary  Radha Raturi has given  approval to implement MDTSS (Mining Digital Transformation and Surveillance System) in Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar to strictly monitor illegal mining in the state and to increase revenue from legal mining.  The MDTSS proposal of about Rs 93 crore to be installed at 40 check gates  has been approved in today’s Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC) meeting of the Mining Department in the Secretariat.MDTSS will be installed at a total of 40 check gate locations including 8 check gates in Dehradun, 13 check gates in Haridwar, 10 check gates in Nainital and 9 check gates in Udham Singh Nagar. Under MDTSS, modern technology like ANPR camera, bullet camera, RFID radar, LED flood light will be used for strict monitoring of mining activities. Mining State Control Center (MSCC) will be established in Dehradun. Mini command centers will be established in the district headquarters of Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar.
Chief Secretary Radha Raturi said that through MDTSS, continuous monitoring will be ensured on illegal and unauthorized transportation of minerals, excessive mining or extraction of minerals, overloading of vehicles carrying minerals, delivery contrary to the delivery location given in the transit pass, revenue loss due to illegal mining and other.  In this regard, the Chief Secretary has directed to effectively coordinate with all the stakeholders related to mining and take their cooperation and  sensitize them.
Along with this, CS Radha Raturi has directed to prepare an action plan for the welfare and development of workers working in mining areas and to provide good education and health facilities to their children. She has also directed to prepare an action plan for the development and welfare of laborers working in brick kilns in the state. She has directed to ensure medical and insurance facilities for laborers working in mining areas and brick kilns. Secretary Shri Brijesh Kumar Sant, Additional Secretary Dr. Ahmed Iqbal and officials of Mining and Finance Department were present in the meeting.
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