Islamabad: In a recent news report, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan has directed concerned authorities to start a one-window service for the issuance of licenses and NOCs to enable those who intend to install power crush plants.
While chairing a meeting of the KP Minerals and Mineral Development Department, the KP CM has directed the authorities concerned to ensure the issuance of licenses and NOCs within a week so that river bed mining and power crushing is encouraged for legally set up companies in the province and illegal businesses are discouraged.
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According to details revealed, the summit discussed various matters related to regulate and streamline power crush plants, river bed mining and mining in urban and rural setups with special focus on the effective implementation of rules framed to this end.
Stressing the need to make all matters related to power crusher plants and riverbed mining more people-friendly, the chief minister said that regulating power crusher plants and river bed mining in the province would benefit people associated with the business and also preserve the natural environment.
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A board comprising of concerned authorities was constituted in the meeting to come up with recommendations for the approval of provincial cabinet to ensure effective implementation of relevant laws as well as streamlining issues related to power crusher plants and river bed mining in the province.
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