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‘Not the kick’: a man complains to Madhya Pradesh minister about liquor store

Lokendra Sothiya said he would move the consumer forum in Ujjain on Monday.

Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh:

In Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain district, police are surprised by two unusual complaints. A vehicle parking lot operator told the state’s interior minister, dr. Narottam Mishra, wrote to ask for action against a liquor seller and claims he did not get a ‘kick’ after bringing land liquor brought from there. In another grievance, a man in the same district lodged a complaint with the police about the theft of his slippers and said he would not be held responsible if anyone placed them at a crime scene.

Private car park operator Lokendra Sothiya said he would move the consumer forum in Ujjain on Monday after failing to get drunk by two ‘quarter’ bottles of the land-based liquor he bought from a licensed liquor seller in the Kshirsagar Ghati area of ​​Ujjain . on April 12th. He complained about the matter to the local office of the excise department and also sent a copy to the state’s interior minister, Narottam Mishra.


Khachrod police in the Ujjain district received a complaint on May 5 about the theft of a farmer’s shoes. The farmer, Jitendra Bagri, a native of the town of Tarod, claimed in the complaint that his black colored slippers worth Rs 180 were stolen from his house on May 4 by someone. He was afraid that the stolen slippers (which he had bought a month back) could have been used by the thief to frame him by leaving them at some crime scene in the future.

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