Based on the plaint by the farmers, police registered an FIR against Anvar and Sophik, the quarry owners The quarry owners too have lodged a counter-complaint against the farmers, said police.Meanwhile, police also seized a revolver from the vehicle of the quarry owners and directed them to produce the documents.
“We have asked them to produce the documents related to the revolver,” said police.Protest: Meanwhile, members of the Karnataka Raitha Sangha held a protest in Pandavapura demanding action against the quarry owners in connection to the alleged assault on the two farmers.
They protested in front of the police station.The protest was withdrawn following assurance from the police that action will be initiated against the culprits.Taluk raitha sangha president A L Kempegowda and other leaders led the protest.
MYSURU: Police have registered two FIRs and seized a revolver in connection with a land dispute between farmers and a stone quarry owner in Chinakuruli village under Pandavapur police limits.According to the Pandavapura police in Mandya district, two farmers alleged that a stone quarry owner assaulted them on Tuesday when they questioned him about their crop losses sustained due to the quarry blasting.
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