Villagers claim that these cattle are damaging their crops and allege that they are not being sent to cowsheds. These cows are still in the premises and arrangements have been made for their fodder.
Angered by the loss of crops by unclaimed cattle, residents and farmers of a town in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh have locked hundreds of cows in the premises of Akoda Municipal Council. Akoda’s Chief Municipal Officer (CMO) Rambhan Singh Bhadauria said on Tuesday that the residents and farmers of Akoda town drove around 700 to 800 cows in the premises of Akoda Municipal Council on Monday and locked them with gates.
He said villagers claimed that these cattle were damaging their crops and alleged that they were not being sent to cowsheds. Bhadauria told that these cows are still in the premises and arrangements have been made for their fodder.
He said that the District Magistrate of Bhind would be informed about this on Wednesday, so that the problem could be resolved at the earliest.
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