Terror of cow dung thief in villages, farmers filed report in police station

Terror of cow dung thief in villages, farmers filed report in police station

Recently a peculiar case of cow dung has been reported in Chhattisgarh. According to media reports, about 100 kg of cow dung was stolen from the house of two farmers in a village in Korea district here. When the farmer woke up in the morning, he could not find a pile of cow dung. The farmer was surprised by the theft of cow dung. The farmer reported the theft to the police station. However, the theft of cow dung has become a matter of discussion in the village.

Scat thief terror

The farmer said that when he woke up in the morning he did not see a pile of dung. He was surprised to see this. He has lodged a complaint with the Gauthan Committee and the local police station. Farmers say that stealing of manure is a new problem. To prevent this problem, the thieves need to be apprehended. These days the theft of cow dung is increasing. 

In Chhattisgarh, the Congress government has launched the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. Under the scheme, the government would buy cow dung from the rural people, which they would have to pay. Under this scheme, the government will provide Rs 2 per kg of cow dung from the rural people. 


Here thief got more money than expected, heart attack came due to happiness

Here thief got more money than expected, heart attack came due to happiness

Nowadays, many strange news are heard daily. Recently a bizarre case involving theft has come to light in Uttar Pradesh. Here a thief got a heart attack when he got more money than expected in the theft. Due to this, most of the money looted was later spent in his treatment. 

The thief happily got a heart attack

The case came to light when 1 of the 2 thieves was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the theft that took place in the Kotwali countryside area last month and during the interrogation, he told the police. Bijnor Superintendent of Police Dharam Veer Singh said that on the night of 16 and 17 February, 2 thieves broke into the public service center of a man named Nawab Haider and committed the robbery there. Hyder lodged a complaint that more than Rs 7 lakh had been stolen from his center.

Police registered a case against unknown accused and started investigation. On Wednesday, the police settled the case by arresting two accused Naushad and Ejaz from Alipur, who came to the Nagina police station area.