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Ranchi : Chief Secretary R S Sharma today reviewing the status of six Inter State Check post (ISP) being set in the state, said that they would reduce the illegal transactions of goods in mining, excise, forest produce and other activities.
He said that the traffic and other details of the vehicles passing through the check-posts could be ascertained on-line by the portal permitonline.jharkhand.gov.in.
At a meeting at the Project Building which discussed the infrastructural needs of the integrated check-post being development on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode, the Chief Secretary said that that the objective was to co-ordinate, monitor and to stream line the transportation activities.
He asked the Commercial Tax Department to analyze import and export of each commodity passing through the check posts. He advised installation of weigh- bridges at all the check-posts of Jharkhand.
The six ICPs are being set up at Chirkunda, Chouparan, Meghatari (Koderma), Bahragora, Raidih(Gumla) and Meral (Garhwa).
At the meeting which discussed matters related to their infrastructure, network/connectivity, electricity, furniture & other accessories, manpower and security arrangements at the check-posts, Commercial Tax Secretary M.R. Meena presented a report regarding infrastructure available at the check-posts in neighboring States.
Additional Chief Secretary Sudhir Prasad, DGP Rajiv Kumar, Road Construction Principal Secretary Rajbala Verma, Finance Secretary A.P. Singh, Mines Secretary Arun, Principal Chief Conservator Of Forests A. K. Malhotra, Jharkhand State Electricity Board Chairman S.N. Verma along with other officials were present at the meeting.