A Farmer In India Wins A Railway Company Claimed A Train

A Farmer in India Sues Railway Company Claims A farmer from India's Punjab province, Singh Samputan, has won a suit for damages to Indian Railways. When the railroad failed to pay his debt, he gave the farmer a passenger train.

Indian couple Samputan, 2 sold land for construction of railways to Indian Railways company years ago. The company did not pay 150 thousand dollars (10 million rupees) for the land it took, Samputan opened a case against the company.

2, which was opened after the company stated that it did not have enough money to pay this amount. In the case, the court ordered Samputan, a passenger train belonging to the company. In addition, Samputan was allocated an office at a stop on the railway line.

The court also asked the company to use the train for a few more days, when Samputan asked the passengers to complete the train's final journeys in order not to be victims.

If the required amount is not paid during this period, the train can be put on sale by auction.

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