Strengthen patrolling and definitely deal with illegal sand mining situation at Luong Quan Bo Beach

That is the direction of Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Phan Thien Dinh during a field trip to check the status of illegal sand mining at Bo Luong Luong Beach with the leader of Thuy Bieu Ward and functional forces on the morning of February 19. .

At Bo Luong Luong Beach, Mr. Hoang Thang Long - Chairman of Thuy Bieu Ward People's Committee said that since the closure of the mine, the sand mining objects have adapted very quickly when buying boats, using hand-turning vehicles illegal sand mining. Detecting these objects is very difficult because these objects use rudimentary means, do not emit noise. Particularly from the 28th day to the 3rd day, the objects of illegal exploitation are very active and sophisticated. Facing that situation, ward leaders coordinated with functional forces to inspect, the objects of illegal sand mining stopped and escaped.

Mr. Hoang Thang Long - Chairman of Thuy Bieu Ward People's Committee shared, now the local force is very thin, the facilities are limited so it is difficult to keep the situation stable at the mine. Therefore, in order to overcome the above situation, the locality needs the synchronous participation of functional forces, especially the water police forces to prevent illegal sand mining at Luong Quan Bo Beach. At the same time, it is recommended to anchor the control station at Luong Quan Bo Beach to guard and patrol.

After checking and grasping the situation at Bo Luong Luong Quan Beach, Deputy Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Phan Thien Dinh emphasized that now enterprises have stopped exploiting sand, strictly abiding by provincial regulations. However, illegal sand mining by the people began to take shape, leading to impacts on the lives of people around the area as well as affecting the direction of provincial leaders. Therefore, the relevant units need to strengthen the inspection and definitely handle the situation of illegal exploitation of Luong Quan Boiling Beach in order to thoroughly prevent and avoid recurrence when there is no functional force.

Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Phan Thien Dinh noted that the prohibition of exploiting sand at mines will affect the livelihoods and lives of people living by sand mining. Therefore, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment is requested to co-ordinate with the local authorities to report the number of people living on sand mining to propose the use of this labor force at the mining sites. new falls; at the same time, studying and converting livelihoods for people.

Agreeing with the proposal of Thuy Bieu ward leader to conduct the mooring of the control station at Bo Luong Luong Bai, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Phan Thien Dinh proposed the functional forces, especially the water police to increase one. checkpoint at Luong Quan Bo site to coordinate with local authorities in the management of illegal sand exploitation.

Source: Cong Thong Tin Dien Tu ,Thua Thien Hue