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- Dispute Over Grazing Buffalo In Forest Nursery: Eight People From Two Parties Injured, Police Cross Case Registered
Shivpuri12 minutes ago
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In Chur village of Survaya police station area of Shivpuri district, a bloody conflict broke out between two parties over buffalo grazing in the forest nursery. Four people each from both sides have been seriously injured. All the injured have been admitted to the district hospital for treatment. Suravaya police station has registered a case against both the parties and taken it under investigation.
According to the information, Mahendra Singh Gurjar, resident of Chur village, works as a watchman in the nursery of the Forest Department. Today on Monday afternoon, Mulayam Gurjar, Shishupal Gurjar, Ahmet Gurjar and Laxman Gurjar had entered the nursery to graze their buffaloes.
When nursery watchman Mahendra Singh Gurjar protested against this, all four together beat Mahendra Singh Gurjar. As soon as the information was received, Mahendra Singh Gurjar’s family members Ranveer Gurjar, Inder Gurjar, Pappu Gurjar, Sangram Gurjar also reached the spot. After this, there was heavy fighting between the two sides.
In this case, the other party says that the watchman of the nursery allows his and his family’s buffaloes to graze in the nursery. When another villager’s buffalo goes to the nursery to graze, the nursery watchman starts a fight. In this fight over buffalo grazing, people from both sides have been injured and have been admitted to the district hospital for treatment. Suravaya police station in-charge Ramendra Singh Chauhan said that on the complaint of both the parties, a case has been registered against four people from both the parties under sections of assault and taken up for investigation.