Karnal. Rice miller Neeraj Rana, who committed fraud by non-delivery of rice, has been arrested by the police. In this context by Sandeep Kumar Incharge Kharif Year 2022-23 Inspector Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Department Gharaunda. A complaint has been lodged against rice millers Neeraj Rana, son of Padam Singh of Rohit Trading Company, Dingar Majra village, Gharaunda, and Sanjeev Kumar, son of Moti Ram, resident of Koir, Nilokheri, for cheating by non-delivery of rice.
The accused has entered into an agreement with the Food and Supplies Department for processing government rice during the Kharif season 2022-23. After that, the rice miller was supposed to ship about 47,000 quintals of rice, while he only shipped about 36,000 quintals of rice and failed to deliver about 11,000 quintals of rice. And after physical verification, it was found that the stock of paddy and paddy was zero. Due to this, the government suffered a loss of about Rs 4 million because the rice miller did not deliver a complete paddy. In this connection, on the complaint of the complainant Sandeep Inspector Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Gharaunda, a case was registered against the said accused under Sections 406, 420, 34 of IPC on November 14 at Gharaunda Police Station.
While working on the case, the Gharaunda police station team arrested the accused Neeraj Rana, produced him before the court on November 17 and obtained three-day remand. While in custody, 80 bags of rice weighing around 40 quintals were recovered from his seller Dingar Majra on November 18 at the behest of the accused Neeraj. Accused Neeraj was produced before a court after completing his remand. And efforts are on to arrest the other accused Rohit and Sanjeev involved in the case.
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