Condoms, stones, gutkha, etc. found in samosas served in Tata Motors Company, case registered against 5 people

stale samosa in canteen plate

Things like stones, condoms, and Tobacco were found in samosas served in the canteen of a Tata motors automobile company located in Pimpri-Chinchwad, Pune. After the employees informed the police about the presence of condom marks, stones, and tobacco in the samosas, the police of Chikhli police station investigated the matter and registered a case against five people.

According to the police, a businessman carried out this act to take revenge after the SRA Enterprises agreement with the automobile company ended. The automobile canteen is owned by Catalyst Service Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Company was given the responsibility of supplying the snacks to employees. After the employees complained about the stale samosas, SRA Enterprises replaced and the contract was given to another subcontractor firm named Manohar Enterprises.

The three partners then planned the entire act and employed two employees to ensure that the company that had the samosa contract was brought into disrepute. Two workers, identified as Firoz Shaikh (manto) and Vicky Shaikh, admitted to stuffing condoms, gutkha, and stones in the samosas. They also confessed that they were employees of SRA Enterprises and that the partners of SRA Enterprises had sent them to Manohar Enterprises to adulterate the food.

A case has been registered under IPC sections 328 (causing hurt by means of poison) and 120B (criminal conspiracy).

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Earlier in August 2023, a case of beef being found in samosas had come to light in a city of Gujarat, in which accused Smile Yusuf was involved. The police had recovered beef meat in the autorickshaw of Smile Yusuf. After testing the meat samples, it was proved that Smile Yusuf used to mix beef in samosas.
Police had arrested Smile Yusuf and several cases were registered against him under animal protection sections.

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