Grain worth 3 crore, meant for poor, missing from Allahabad godown
June 7, 2012 | Duration: 7 min, 19 sec
About 13,000 metric tonnes of foodgrain worth Rs. 3 crore, meant to be distributed to poor families under the government's public distribution scheme, has gone missing from a Food Corporation of India (FCI) godown in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. The depot manager has reportedly suggested that rats ate the 13,000 metric tonnes of rice and 37 metric tonnes of wheat.