Ujjain News: Villagers accused the former sarpanch of illegal possession of the cowshed, refused to keep the cow by indecency, complained to the SDM and the station in-charge

Ajay Neema, Ujjain. The villagers have complained to the SDM and the station in-charge about not allowing the cows of Guradiya village Gurjar to enter the government cow shelter built in the Gram Panchayat Runji of Ujjainki Ghattiya tehsil of Madhya Pradesh. While giving information, the villagers said that Mahendra Singh Umath, the former sarpanch of Gram Panchayat Runjiji, has illegally occupied the government cowshed.

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According to the villagers, last night the former Sarpanch had released the cows tied in the Gaushala towards village Guradia Gurjar. Protesting against which the villagers reached the Gaushala, former sarpanch Mahendra Singh Umath refused to keep the cow in the Gaushala by misbehaving with the villagers. The villagers have demanded senior officials to keep the cows in the Gaushala and take appropriate action against the culprits. Tehsildar has asked to investigate the whole matter and take appropriate action.

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