Oh my God…the person reached the police station by putting chicken’s blood on the son’s head to register a cross report of the fight

Before sending the police for medical treatment, the chicken’s feather was stuck in the body, the secret was revealed

Roorkee. In case of quarrels, people adopt various tactics to pressurize the other side and to file FIR with the police. One such case is in headlines in Roorkee’s Ganganahar Kotwali. In Kagulabnagar Colony, the dispute between the children over a minor matter reached the fight between the elders. To get the case registered, he reached the police station with the blood of a chicken smeared on his head.
According to the information, one side got hurt in the fight. When he reached the police station to write the report, seeing the injury on his head, the police sent him for medical examination. When the other party came to know about this, he also devised a different trick to get the medical done and file the report.
Despite not being hurt in the fight, he put chicken blood on his 14-year-old son’s head. After this, Ganganahar reached Kotwali crying and demanded action from the police. Seeing blood on the head, the game opened even before the police sent him for medical treatment. A policeman got suspicious after seeing a hen’s hair stuck on the boy’s body. After this, it was closely scrutinized and it was found that the blood was not that of a teenager but that of a chicken.
To get to the depth of the matter, the boy’s hair was cleaned and there was not even a scratch on his head. Rather, by going to a chicken center, they tried to hoodwink the police by pouring chicken blood on the boy’s head. When the whole picture was clear, the police reprimanded the accused.

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