From Dhubri to Sayyid Nurul Amin, June 2: Corruption has been going on for a long time at Talasi Chowki in the forest department at Sagaliya in Assam – Bengal Inter-State Border Dhubri.
There is a large syndicate cycle in Dhubri like stone, sand, soil, wood etc. There were frequent reports in the daily Public Rights Newspaper that some forest officials were involved in this large syndicate cycle.
The news of daily public rights has proved the truth to be true in the ban on the ban on a forest officer suspended by the Aankhi Muda forest department today.
Dhubri forest authority officer Dr Vijay T Palve told The Daily People’s Rights today that forest officer Dipak Chakraborty, who is functioning at Talasi Chowki in the forest department at Sagaliya in Dhubri, was suspended.
Forest officer Dipak Chakraborty had been in talasi chowki of Sagaliya forest department for a long time and continued illegal policy activities.
Sagaliya forest officer Dipak Chakraborty was today suspended after a primary investigation initiated by the forest department after dhubri deputy – police officer Jatin Das was arrested on corruption charges.
Deepak Chakraborty has been accused of making a lot of money by going down and earning a lot of money by going down and becoming a property lord.
It may be recalled that on May 27, police seized 122 stone-loaded truck coming from Shimultapur in West Bengal to sow stones to Bangladesh via Sonahat International Trade Centre in Golakganj via Dhubri on the inter-state border.
Local concerned circles alleged that forest officer Dipak Chakraborty has been associated with the huge syndicate cycle of stone sandicates being sacheted to Bangladesh for a long time.