Mathura: Rampage for Ration, people running away with kits

Vrindavan (Mathura). There was a rush of people to TFC during the distribution of ration sets started by the district administration with the help of social workers. This created an atmosphere of chaos. The people themselves ran away with ration sets. The police also obtained information.
Last day, DM Navneet Chahal, in cooperation with social workers, started distributing ration kits on TFC Vrindavan for needy people who were denied employment during the curfew in Corona. It asked people in need to get ration sets from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every day. On that call, large numbers of female children reached TFC on Sunday for a ration.
When they saw the crowd, the people who were busy with the ration distribution system swelled up. The pressure of the crowd created an atmosphere of chaos. Some councilors gave their people distribution tickets. People blamed this distribution system. When people saw this, in the atmosphere of chaos, they began to pick up the food package kept here. In response to the information, the regional police also reached the place and checked the situation. The distribution of the ration has been stopped.
Secretary Anant Sharma, who distributes, said large numbers of women and men have reached out to buy ration sets. They weren’t even ready to line up. This situation could not be controlled due to the staff shortage at TFC. People in the crowd were asked to collect the ration sets themselves for distribution on Sunday.

Vrindavan (Mathura). There was a rush of people to TFC during the distribution of ration sets started by the district administration with the help of social workers. This created an atmosphere of chaos. The people themselves ran away with ration sets. The police also obtained information.

Last day, DM Navneet Chahal, in cooperation with social workers, started distributing ration kits on TFC Vrindavan for needy people who were denied employment during the curfew in Corona. It asked people in need to get ration sets from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every day. On that call, large numbers of female children reached TFC on Sunday for a ration.

When they saw the crowd, the people who were busy with the ration distribution system swelled up. The pressure of the crowd created an atmosphere of chaos. Some councilors gave their people distribution tickets. People blamed this distribution system. When people saw this, in the atmosphere of chaos, they began to pick up the food package kept here. In response to the information, the regional police also reached the place and checked the situation. The distribution of the ration has been stopped.

Secretary Anant Sharma, who distributes, said large numbers of women and men have reached out to buy ration sets. They weren’t even ready to line up. This situation could not be controlled due to the staff shortage at TFC. People in the crowd were asked to collect the ration sets themselves for distribution on Sunday.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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