Raipur. There is news of a dispute between two coal traders over the possession of a coal washery in Sundargarh, Odisha, adjacent to Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh. The matter is of the coalmines area of ​​Himgir under Sundargarh district. Where there was a fierce fight between two business groups over the possession and several rounds of firing took place.

The names of two coal traders of Raigarh have come to the fore in the dispute, one of whom is the son of a former BJP MLA of Raigarh and the other is the name of another businessman. Seven people have been injured in this incident of arson, firing and vandalism, out of which the condition of one is said to be critical.

According to information received from the police, a fight broke out last evening in Sundargarh district of Odisha bordering the district over coal trade. Several rounds of firing also took place in this fight. Police confirmed this and said that both the groups are from Raigarh.

According to the information, for a long time, there was a dispute between the two coal traders of Raigarh regarding the ownership of the coal washery located in Garjana Bahal in Sundargarh district of Odisha. As a result of this dispute, a group from Raigarh had captured the coal washery and locked it. After getting the information, people of the other group from Raigarh reached the coal washery in Odisha in vehicles, armed with weapons, where a group had already captured the washery with the help of Odisha’s henchmen. After coming face to face, both the groups started firing, seven people are reported to have been seriously injured in this entire incident.

Two of the injured have been admitted to a private hospital in Raigarh for treatment. Sundargarh SP has formed an STF of 15 police officers and employees to investigate this case, which will also make arrests in Chhattisgarh.