Bhopal: Sand prices are touching the sky due to the closure of sand mines in Madhya Pradesh. The traders of sand secretly coming out of the mines are engaged in charging arbitrary prices. The sand sold at 25 to 27 rupees feet in this season is currently being sold from 52 to 60 rupees feet. It is not a lockdown, but the system's failure is visible. Even after auctioning the mines in December 2019, the government has not been able to start mining in time. The middlemen are taking advantage of this.
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Sand has become expensive all over the state including the capital and this situation is going to be one for the next six months. Due to the rain, the quarrying of sand from the mines will stop from 15 June. The middlemen will sell the stored sand at an arbitrary price. Presently, secret sand is being extracted from Narmada and other rivers.
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This sand is being stored and sold as well, so traders have started charging arbitrary prices. All the ghats are usually open from March to June 15. The price of sand reaches 25 rupees feet or even below. If there is more checking on the way or if you have to bring it through the curved way, then the price is 27 rupees feet, but this time the truck of 700 feet filling is coming from 32 to 34 thousand rupees instead of 17,500 to 19 thousand.
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