Elderly man reached Shivpuri collectorate cycling for 110 km, know the reason

Shivpuri: A case has been reported from the Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh, knowing which everyone's eyes got moist. In fact, a tribal villager, Dishlal, a resident of Badli village in Shivpuri, did not even have enough money to come to Shivpuri to appeal to the collector by paying the bus fare. Dishlal of Village Badli of Khaniadhana drove cycle for 110 km for the public hearing. During the journey, he spent the night in Kolaras.

In a corner of the same collectorate complex, adivasi Dishlal was found crying. When he was asked the reason for crying, he started speaking, he is hungry, he had not even eaten a grain of food since yesterday. Dishlal said, he had left for Shivpuri from his village at 11 am on Monday, but on reaching Kolaras, it was nighttime and then he slept there. In the morning, he cycled again and then reached Shivpuri.

Dishlal said that the government land for which he had received the lease was occupied by a mafia. He has no land. That's why he has come here to demand a lease. At the same time, elaborating further, Dishlal said- He is raising the family by paying wages. He did not have money till he came to the public hearing. But it was necessary to narrate the petition, so I had to come on a bicycle riding about 110 km.

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