Madhya Pradesh Shivpuri Villagers Became Uncontrollable When Did Not Get Ration They Looted 150 Quintal Wheat In Front Of Food Inspector


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Shivpuri

Published by: Kumar Sambhav
Updated Thu, 01 Jul 2021 5:08 PM IST

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When wheat had been distributed to about 10 people, the crowd started getting uncontrollable. After this some people ran away after picking up the wheat sack.

Wheat looted in Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh
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Villagers stormed the ration shop in village Barai of Badarwas area in Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh and looted 150 quintals of government wheat. It is being told that this incident was carried out in front of the food inspector. However, the food inspector claims that the shop had only 70 quintals of wheat. Investigation has revealed that the villagers were upset due to non-availability of ration. A day before the incident, he had complained to the salesman of the ration shop, Rahul Goswami, for not distributing wheat. The salesman also accused Dharmendra Yadav and Shambhu Yadav of abusing the village and throwing the POS machine. District Food Officer Vipin Patel has ordered an inquiry in this matter.

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According to the information, the salesman of the ration shop in village Barai was not distributing wheat. The villagers had informed the District Food Officer Vipin Patel on June 29. He had assured distribution of food grains by the Food Inspector on June 30. In such a situation, Patwari Neeraj Dangi and Food Inspector Naresh Manjhi reached the village on Wednesday afternoon. He started distributing wheat to the villagers by opening a shop. When wheat had been distributed to about 10 people, the crowd started getting uncontrollable. After this some people ran away after picking up the wheat sack.

Salesman accused of looting wheat
During investigation, some people of the village told that the salesman had messed up the distribution of wheat. Had there been a peaceful distribution of wheat in front of the officials, the disturbance would have come to the fore and he would not have been able to give the account. In such a situation, wheat was plundered intentionally. In this case, District Food Officer Vipin Patel says that whether wheat was looted or something else, it will come out only after investigation. Food Inspector Naresh Manjhi claims that there was only 70 quintals of wheat in the shop, not 150.

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Villagers stormed the ration shop in village Barai of Badarwas area in Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh and looted 150 quintals of government wheat. It is being told that this incident was carried out in front of the food inspector. However, the food inspector claims that the shop had only 70 quintals of wheat. Investigation has revealed that the villagers were upset due to non-availability of ration. A day before the incident, he had complained to the salesman of the ration shop, Rahul Goswami, for not distributing wheat. The salesman also accused Dharmendra Yadav and Shambhu Yadav of abusing the village and throwing the POS machine. District Food Officer Vipin Patel has ordered an inquiry in this matter.

this is the whole matter

According to the information, the salesman of the ration shop in village Barai was not distributing wheat. The villagers had informed the District Food Officer Vipin Patel on June 29. He had assured distribution of food grains by the Food Inspector on June 30. In such a situation, Patwari Neeraj Dangi and Food Inspector Naresh Manjhi reached the village on Wednesday afternoon. He started distributing wheat to the villagers by opening a shop. When wheat had been distributed to about 10 people, the crowd started getting uncontrollable. After this some people ran away after picking up the wheat sack.

Salesman accused of looting wheat

During investigation, some people of the village told that the salesman had messed up the distribution of wheat. Had there been a peaceful distribution of wheat in front of the officials, the disturbance would have come to the fore and he would not have been able to give the account. In such a situation, wheat was plundered intentionally. In this case, District Food Officer Vipin Patel says that whether wheat was looted or something else, it will come out only after investigation. Food Inspector Naresh Manjhi claims that there was only 70 quintals of wheat in the shop, not 150.


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