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After the panchayat, the sufferer approached police. Officers stated that on Tuesday night, Nanhe Singh approached them and narrated all the incident. Manawala is a hamlet situated on Seohara-Thakurdwara highway with a complete inhabitants round three,500 folks, stated Sanjay Singh, husband of village head Soni Devi. Singh stated that he was in Lucknow together with his spouse to attend a gathering when the incident befell.
“Ours is a SC-dominated village with round 2,000 Dalits. The matter got here to my data after I arrived from Lucknow. There was some misunderstanding amongst some villagers which has been sorted out amicably. As of now, there is no such thing as a dispute within the village,” Singh stated.
In the meantime, inspector Rajesh Solanki, Thakurdwara station home officer, stated, “Throughout our investigation, we discovered that it was a matter of confrontation between the complainant and a shopkeeper. The village has a handful of outlets. After the incident, the accused shopkeeper gathered different merchants and requested them to not promote something to Nanhe Singh. We’ve got came upon that no panchayat befell as talked about by the complainant.”