News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mahoba Updated Thu, 24 Jun 2021 08:19 PM IST
After removing the woman head of the Scheduled Caste from the chair, a case of forcibly touching the feet of a Scheduled Caste person has come to the fore. Dabang did not even give him food grains for not touching his feet.
Even after a year’s hard work, the marriage of the sharer’s daughter broke down due to non-availability of food grains. The Superintendent of Police has ordered an inquiry in this matter. The incident is of Makarbai village of Thana Kabrai. Here Baburam Ahirwar maintains the family by farming on the share. On Thursday, Baburam gave a complaint letter to the Superintendent of Police Sudha Singh and told that he had taken the land of the Rajput family of the village on division.
When asked not to touch his feet, he refused to give produce using casteist words. The victim told the SP that the marriage of the eldest daughter was fixed on April 26, but food grains and money were not arranged. Because of this the marriage broke up. The victim has demanded the SP to investigate the matter and take action against the culprits.
On the other hand, SP Sudha Singh says that the victim has given an application. It is clear from this that there is a dispute between the two sides regarding the sharing of grains. The victim has also made other allegations, which are being investigated. Legal action will be taken against the guilty.