In Magadh, a fine of Rs 2 crore was collected for unlawful sand mining.

Magadh divisional commissioner Mayank Warwade convened on Saturday to address issues relating to health, land acquisition, illicit sand mining, land revenue collection, hospital administration, and others . Illegal sand miners in Gaya, Jehanabad, Aurangabad, Aurangabad, Nawada, and Arwal districts received around Rs 2.1 crore as a punishment .

Gaya: Magadh divisional commissioner Mayank Warwade convened on Saturday to address issues relating to health, land acquisition, illicit sand mining, land revenue collection, hospital administration, and others.On the grounds that the majority of patients are referred without doing their proper checks, the divisional commissioner directed the civil surgeons to random check the patient referral form.He also directed the government to take steps against doctors and healthcare staff who have been absent for more than a week without getting their permission.He then demanded that the medical officer in charge of the health centers which are failing in their institutional duties have a reason to complain.

A total of Rs 58 lakh fine has been collected in Gaya, Aurangabad, Rs 46 lakh in Arwal, Rs 33 lakh in Jehanabad, and Rs 18 lakh in the Nawada district against illegal sand mining.He directed mining officers to carry out raids on sand ghats with the help of police officers in the event of illicit mining.The commissioner also sent orders to the DMs to develop a work plan to eliminate traffic jams in their respective districts.In the tolas that are having a water shortage, he directed the DMs to do a map of the underground water level at a regular interval.

He also asked district education officials to compile a list of schools that do not have their own facilities.If the building of a school is in a dismal shape, identify it with the nearest school to teach, according to the DC.