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Sunday, 29 November 2020 6.54 PM IST

UP Police solves dispute between 2 men, relies on stolen buffalo to identify its owner

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KANPUR: A dispute between two men was settled in Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh through the choice of a buffalo. Two men, who were fighting over the ownership of a buffalo reached the cops, demanding a solution. Senior sub-inspector (SSI) Vijayakant Mishra decided to rely on the buffalo to solve the case.

Virendra and Dharmendra, two persons living in different villages of Uttar Pradesh reached the police station. Virendra is a resident of Ali Nagar, Jalesar while Dharmendra is a resident of Madhav Nagar. Virendra accused Dharmendra of stealing his buffalo and selling it to a man named Muslim.

On Sunday, Muslim, a resident of Rasoolabad took the buffalo to a cattle fair, with the intention of selling it. Virendra caught Muslim and alleged that the buffalo belonged to him. The two men allegedly had a fight and Muslim revealed that he had bought the buffalo from Dharmendra. Virendra approached the Tirwa Kotwali police on Sunday and lodged a complaint against Dharmendra, accusing him of stealing the bovine, The Times of India reported.

Idea proposed by SSI

Dharmendra, on the other hand, claimed that he was innocent and alleged that the buffalo belonged to him. He said that he had sold the buffalo to Muslim for Rs 19,000. To settle the issue, SSI brought the buffalo to the police station and asked both the men to call it. The buffalo answered Dharmendra's call and paid no attention to Virendra.

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TAGS: UP POLICE, STOLEN BUFFALO, 2 MEN, OWNER, UTTAR PRADESH, SENIOR SUB-INSPECTOR, VIJAYAKANT MISHRA, VIRENDRA, DHARMENDRA, SSI
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