800 kg of stolen manure; The police have registered a case

Raipur: News of the robbery is reported regularly from various parts of the country. But none of them are much discussed. But now the news coming out of Chhattisgarh is being discussed at the national level. 800 kg of manure have disappeared from a village in the Korba district. The police have registered a case and launched an investigation into the incident. The incident took place in Dhurena, which belongs to the Deepka Police Station in Korba. It is alleged that 800 kg of manure worth Rs 1,600 was stolen. The ANI news agency reported that ASI Suresh Kumar had confirmed the theft. Police said they received an official complaint about the incident. “The complaint was filed on June 15 by Kamhan Singh Kawar, head of Godan’s committee,” Deepka SHO Harish Tandekar told reporters.

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As part of the ‘Godan Nyay Yojana’ plan, the state government is purchasing manure from the people at a cost of 2 rupees for the production of compost. In the village, there are special livestock shelters for this purpose. The robbery is said to have taken place between June 8 and June 9. Based on the complaint, the police registered a case against the unidentified persons and launched an investigation.

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