Balurghat meatseller accused of selling decomposed meat
BALURGHAT: A local meat seller in Balurghat has been accused of being involved in selling decomposed meat to an inhabitant of the civic area. The buyer, Ajay Chanda, who is a state government employee and a resident of Balurghat Khadimpur, demonstrated before the shop, demanding immediate return of fresh meat in place of the decomposed meat.Law enforcers from Balurghat police station rushed to the spot, hearing about the incident from the locals. A probe has already been initiated by the South Dinajpur Food Security department after receiving the complaint from Chanda. Preliminary investigation has revealed that the accused meat seller, Chhoton Mali, has no authorised trade licence to run the shop and trade. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsOn Monday, Chanda purchased meat from Mali’s meat shop located in Sare Tin Number More area. Bad smell of decomposed meat came out while cooking at night.On Tuesday, Chanda reached the shop with the half cooked meat, demanding replacement with fresh meat. Mali denied him of replacement and the duo got involved in an argument. Locals gathered there to know what the matter was. Police reached the spot after being informed by the locals.