SRINAGAR — A team from Department of Agriculture Kashmir on Friday seized 421 bags of subsidized fertilizer which was illegally stored in a private plywood factory in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
An official told the news agency KNS that they got a tip-off that subsidized urea was being illegally stored in a plywood factory.
He said that while acting on it, a raid was conducted in the presence of the Magistrate and 421 bags of Kisan urea were recovered.
He added that the factory was also seized while the further course of action is being followed and police have initiated an investigation into the matter.
“Illegal acts like this won’t be tolerated at all and action will be taken against those found involved as the enforcement wing is continuously working on the ground,” he said.