In a uncommon sight, a forest guard was seen taking over his seniors over what he claimed as unlawful chopping of bamboo timber in Chhattisgarh’s Korba district. A video displaying forest beat guard Shekhar Singh Ratre rebuking his senior – ranger and a deputy ranger – goes viral on social media.
As seen within the video, the guard his scolding his two senior over chopping of timber with out correct approval.
“You aren’t my ranger in the intervening time. You might be legal. Do not you perceive?” Mr Ratre was seen telling his seniors within the video.
“What are you speaking about. How have you ever put three stars, (I) do not perceive,” he added.
The 44-second video clip ends with guard bringing his e book and asking the senior officers to signal on the authorized doc.
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“Come on, signal right here, I’ll take your legal assertion,” he added as the 2 officers saved listening to him.
Official taking over their seniors or these in energy is taken into account uncommon in among the many safety forces.
Days in the past, a video of an identical incident, wherein a Gujarat constable had confronted an MLA’s son for violating lockdown had gone viral.
The younger constable had shot into limelight after she pulled up the minister’s son and his two mates for allegedly violating the coronavirus-inducted lockdown and curfew, an act which was caught on digital camera.