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Manure bootlegging: CM Flying searched Jind and found 330 manure bags illegally stored

The inspector from CM Flying checks the fertilizer stock.

The inspector from CM Flying checks the fertilizer stock.

Jind, CM Flying raided a fertilizer trading company in Safidon’s new grain market. During the raid, illegal storage of 330 bags of fertilizer was found in the trading company. For which the owner of the trading company could not provide the documents. Safidon Municipal Station is investigating the matter following a complaint from the Agriculture Department’s SDO.

CM Flying had received information that manure was being illegally stored at Store No. 148, New Grain Market, Safidon. Where there is a possibility of black market trading due to the wheat season. The team was formed under the leadership of Inspector Rajdeep from CM Flying. It also included Sushil Kumar, SDO of the Department of Agriculture. When the team knocked on the aforementioned store, they found 330 bags of manure stored there. When the documents were requested by Ayush, a resident of Old Anaj Mandi, who runs the store, he was unable to produce the documents. The documents submitted by Ayush belonged to number 235.

When the team got information from the store owner about the Department of Agriculture’s agreement to store manure, it turned out that the storage location was different too. As a result, SDO Sushil of the Ministry of Agriculture recommended action against company owner Ayush by filing a report.

Ravindra Kumar, CM Flying’s DSP, said the raid was carried out after a complaint was received about illegal manure storage. A complaint was lodged against the company owner by the Ministry of Agriculture SDO. The Safidon Municipal Station is investigating the matter.

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