Man Finds Bones In Veg Biryani At An Indore Restaurant; Files Case, Owner Booked Under IPC

by Shreya Rathod
Man Finds Bones In Veg Biryani At An Indore Restaurant; Files Case, Owner Booked Under IPC

Food is a serious business in India. A little slip can get you arrested. That is exactly what happened with this restaurant owner in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Apparently, there was a blunder in serving biryani to a customer who doesn’t eat meat due to his religious beliefs.

Indore Restaurant Served Biryani With Bones

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Akash Dubey, a customer, had ordered vegetarian biryani at a restaurant in Indore. After receiving his order, Akash found bones in it and complained to the restaurant manager. Allegedly, the restaurant owner, Swapnil Gujrati, did not accept the staff’s fault. The location of this restaurant is Vijay Nagar.

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Complaint Against The Owner

According to DCP Sampat Upadhyay, the victim was a regular customer and had the same biryani. However, this time it was different. The owner has a complaint registered against him under the IPC Section 298, a non-bailable offence for a deliberate attempt of hurting the religious sentiments of any person. For now, the matter is under investigation, and further decisions will revolve around it.

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A similar incident happened with another man who had ordered a paneer burger. He received a chicken burger instead of his original order. Restaurants that serve both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food should keep their kitchens separate. Moreover, the delivery in charge should double-check the order before packing it.

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