Hathras: Ration trader who makes wages in West Bengal, Dabang ran a shop

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Sasni (Hathras)
The ration vendor in the village of Hadoli in the area has sent a letter to the Chief Minister, Divisional Commissioner and District Supply Officer demanding that his ration shop be closed.
In the complaint of Hukam Singh, the son of the ration salesman Pope Singh, it is said that he is a member of the registered caste. His shop was occupied by a rulership of the village for reasons of domination. He’s forcibly running his shop. It is alleged that his father used to run. Now his son is driving. It is alleged that for the past 10 years he has supported himself and his family by working as a laborer in the Khudika village police station in the Jhargram district of West Bengal of the Maya family.
Now he has no relationship or concern with this business. There are constant complaints from villagers that they are not getting rations from him on time. Because of this, he quits the grocery store. Supply Inspector Sarita Singh says the investigation was conducted on Friday following the rations seller’s complaint. The shop was canceled on this basis. The shop is again allocated according to the rules.

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Sasni (Hathras)

The ration vendor in the village of Hadoli in the area has sent a letter to the Chief Minister, Divisional Commissioner and District Supply Officer demanding that his ration shop be closed.

In the complaint of Hukam Singh, the son of the ration salesman Pope Singh, it is said that he is a member of the registered caste. His shop was occupied by a rulership of the village for reasons of domination. He’s forcibly running his shop. It is alleged that his father used to run. Now his son is driving. It is alleged that for the past 10 years he has supported himself and his family by working as a laborer in the Khudika village police station in the Jhargram district of West Bengal of the Maya family.

Now he has no relationship or concern with this business. There are constant complaints from villagers that they are not getting rations from him on time. Because of this, he quits the grocery store. Supply Inspector Sarita Singh says the investigation was conducted on Friday following the rations seller’s complaint. The shop was canceled on this basis. The shop is again allocated according to the rules.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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