At least five lakh tonne straw can be managed through them,' he said.
Social activist Harmanpreet Singh said, 'Last year, even FIRs were lodged for crop burning.
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Sources reported that in several villages, there was little to no implementation of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ban and fines for crop burning on farmers.
In several places, farmers went about their business as usual or with 'token penalties'.
A member of the panchayat here burnt 25 acres, but was penalised for only one acre.
Neither police nor the SDM even came to the doorsteps of many such farmers.' This is despite NGT spelling out definitive slabs of fine for crop burning - Rs 2,500 for less than two acres, Rs 5,000 for medium land owners holding over two acres and less than five acres, and Rs 15,000 for those owning more than five acres.
Incidents also came to the fore where lower level officials pocketed part of the money for not levying the full penalty.