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The powerful Vokkaliga leader thanked the media and political leaders across party lines for their support during the time of the raid. Would like to thank leaders across the country who stood by me in the crisis:Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar on IT raids pictwittercom/JYTLQL3ofV — ANI (@ANI_news) August 5 2017 "I would like to thank leaders across the country who stood by me in the crisis" he said adding that he won’t let his party down When asked whether the I-T searches were complete Shivakumar said "You saw the officials walking out I don’t know" When asked about the raids in other places the heavyweight minister said "I have got to know that it (raids) has happened at 70 or 80 places only through you (the media) Please find out yourself" File image of DK Shivakumar PTI When asked what his next course of action will be Shivakumar said that he will be visiting a temple and then meet the Gujarat MLAs kept in the Bengaluru resort Meanwhile Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah too defended his minister calling the I-T raids as political vendetta by the Centre led by the BJP "If they (BJP-led Centre) have information about the irregularities then they have the right But the raids were conducted as part of BJP’s politicalvendetta" the chief minister If they have info about irregularitiesthey have the rightBut they are doing with political intentionit is political vendetta:Siddaramaiah pictwittercom/EM85tykpos — ANI (@ANI_news) August 5 2017 As per rule they can’t bring CRPF it is purely a politically motivated move shows mentality of BJP: Karnataka CM on IT raids on Shivakumar pictwittercom/4QbA3Ns6jY — ANI (@ANI_news) August 5 2017 In a raid that raised a political storm the IT department had on Wednesdayconducted searches at 64 locations and properties linked to Shivakumar I-T officials said about Rs 10 crore in cash had been recovered during the search at properties linked to the minister Shivakumar has been put in charge of 44 MLAs lodged in the resort to keep the flock together for preventing the BJP from “poaching” them ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat where Ahmed Patel political secretary to Congress president Sonia Gandhi is facing a tough battle Official sources had said the raids that began early Wednesday morning went on till late in the night with the minister being grilled at his residence at a posh locality in Bengaluru The I-T raids continued on Thursday for the second consecutive day with sleuthsseizing a number of documents account books and financial papers With inputs from PTI Written by Aditi Vatsa | New Delhi | Published: April 25 2017 3:52 am Tehsildar Sanjay Kumar at the field Top News All his life 43-year old Singhraj has seen agricultural stubble being burnt by his fellow farmers in the Greater Noida village where he lives “For years farmers in my village have been doing this especially after rice harvest This is because while wheat stubble is used for fodder this is not the case with rice Moreover the soil after a rice harvest has a lot of water content Burning the residue is an easier and inexpensive way that farmers have traditionally practised” he said But on Monday he woke up to newspaper reports of a case being registered against him by the district administration and came to know that stubble burning is banned In Gautam Buddha Nagar district officials said it was the first case of a government official lodging a police complaint against a farmer for stubble burning Crop stubble burning is believed to be a major reason for increase in particulate matter and air pollution “The complaint was filed by the administration No sections of the IPC can be invoked in the case There is likely to be a penalty levied on the farmer as per guidelines of the National Green Tribunal (NGT)” said Akhilesh Tripathi SHO Knowledge Park Greater Noida The incident was reported in Noida Sector 150’s Momnathal village near the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway According to district officials the act of crop burning can result in a penalty ranging from Rs 2500 to Rs 15000 “It depends on the quantity If the crop burning relates to two acres Rs 2500 is charged while Rs 5000 is charged as penalty for 2 to 5 acres In cases pertaining to more than five acres Rs 15000 is charged” said Rajesh Kumar Singh SDM Gautam Buddha Nagar While he claimed he had not burnt the stubble Singhraj said he was willing to pay the penalty “I did not burn the stubble Some harvesting had been done and the rest was to be used as animal fodder It seems that someone threw a matchstick or a beedi there I have a tractor; I hire manual labourers and rent a combine to harvest the produce… I went to the district administration I have been asked to pay a fine of Rs 5000 Since the incident happened on my fields I will pay the penalty” Singhraj said Confirming that Singhraj had approached the administration officials elaborated on the manner in which the incident came to light “A tip-off was given to the DM office over crop stubble burning in the village which is a violation of NGT rules Following this our team reached the village to investigate the case We found that Singhraj son of Rajpal was burning crop stubble in farm number 40 which is around 23590 hectares Since NGT norms were being violated a case was registered at Knowledge Park police station The farmer apologised for the incident and is ready to pay the fine” Singh said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: July 24 2012 12:52 am Related News As the Middle East is reshapedDelhi must engage with the trends coming to the fore As the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria heads for the bitter but probably inevitable endthe many traditional assumptions in Indias political discourse on the Middle East are becoming unsustainable For example? however, We could be so much more important. 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