“Most families here are engaged either in farming or cattle rearing, or both. I have two buffaloes, but I am worried about these being stolen at night. Even one animal being taken means a loss of lakhs of rupees,” said Azeem Khan, a resident.
Not stranger to making controversial and bizarre statements, Ahuja had previously claimed that the premier Jawaharlal Nehru University was a hub of sex and drugs, where 3,000 used condoms and 2,000 liquor bottles were found daily.
Sirmaur SP Somuya Sambasivan told The Indian Express over phone that the arrest was made on the basis of electronic evidence, rigorous investigations during the past 48 hours and statements of the eyewitnesses.