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Class 3 Andhra student files police complaint against friend for stealing pencils, video goes viral
Last Updated : 29 Nov 2021 12:41:38 AM IST


In an incident that is bringing smiles on everyone’s face, a little boy walked to a police station to lodge a complaint against his classmate for taking his pencil nibs without permission. Now, a video of the cops trying to resolve the matter is melting hearts online.

The video was shot by the police and shows the complainant, identified as Hanmanthu, complaining that a boy in his school took his pencil and never gave it back. He even alleged that his friend was stealing his pencils every day and sometimes money as well.
He went to the police station, where he explained to the constable how his pencils were missing and demanded a case be registered.
The police later called the classmate and decided to have a discussion between the two. The video shows the cop asking the complainant, "So what can we do about it?",
To this, the kid was quick to answer and demanded to 'register a case against him'. The police officials burst into laughter to receive such unusual complaints but registered a case against the accused.
However, the accused would be released on bail and his parents would be brought to the police station, cops said. 
Police officials asked the accused to study well and a compromise was made between the two. The students frequently visit the police station for drinking water and the cops also maintain a cordial relationship with them.

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