Crime – Uproar over refusal to cut hair of scheduled caste people

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Dataganj (Badayun). There was a ruckus in Jhuksa, the village leader of Dataganj, for refusing to cut the hair of the Scheduled Castes. On information about the mobilization of people from both the sides, the police reached the spot from Samarer outpost. Both sides were brought to the post. The settlement was reached after two hours of panchayat here. Now all the people in the shop will be cut hair without any discrimination.
People of many castes live in Jhuksa village, the leader of Dataganj. There is also a significant number of people belonging to the Scheduled Castes. Here a young man from the village runs a hair cutting salon. It is said that on Sunday, two scheduled caste youths of the village went to his shop to get their hair cut. The young man refused to cut his hair. On Monday, both the youths again reached the shop to get their hair cut. It is said that on this the salon operator clearly said that he will not cut the hair of the people belonging to the Scheduled Castes.
Due to this, two parties started mobilizing in the village. After getting the information, the police reached the spot and brought both the sides to Samarer outpost. After a two-hour panchayat here, both the parties reached an agreement. It was decided that if the youth runs a hair cutting shop in the village, then he will have to cut the hair of people of all castes and religions without any discrimination.
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An agreement has been reached between the two sides in Leader Jhuksa. It has been made clear that if a hair cutting shop is to be opened, then everyone’s hair will have to be cut there. If even after this the matter of discrimination comes to the fore, then action will be taken against the concerned.
– Prem Kumar Thapa, CO Dataganj

Dataganj (Badayun). There was a ruckus in Jhuksa, the village leader of Dataganj, for refusing to cut the hair of the Scheduled Castes. On information about the mobilization of people from both the sides, the police reached the spot from Samarer outpost. Both sides were brought to the post. The settlement was reached after two hours of panchayat here. Now all the people in the shop will be cut hair without any discrimination.

People of many castes live in Jhuksa village, the leader of Dataganj. There is also a significant number of people belonging to the Scheduled Castes. Here a young man from the village runs a hair cutting salon. It is said that on Sunday, two scheduled caste youths of the village went to his shop to get their hair cut. The young man refused to cut his hair. On Monday, both the youths again reached the shop to get their hair cut. It is said that on this the salon operator clearly said that he will not cut the hair of the people belonging to the Scheduled Castes.

Due to this, two parties started mobilizing in the village. After getting the information, the police reached the spot and brought both the sides to Samarer outpost. After a two-hour panchayat here, both the parties reached an agreement. It was decided that if the youth runs a hair cutting shop in the village, then he will have to cut the hair of people of all castes and religions without any discrimination.

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An agreement has been reached between the two sides in Leader Jhuksa. It has been made clear that if a hair cutting shop is to be opened, then everyone’s hair will have to be cut there. If even after this the matter of discrimination comes to the fore, then action will be taken against the concerned.

– Prem Kumar Thapa, CO Dataganj