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Vendors summoned

Vendors summoned

FOUR vendors at Prey Lvea market, located in Takeo province’s Prey Kabas district, have been summoned to appear for questioning in provincial court after a district official filed a complaint accusing them of operating on his land, the complainant said yesterday. Tong Bunly, head of the Prey Kabas district Animal Health Care Office, said he filed a complaint on Monday last week after vendors refused to vacate an 8.5-by-19-metre plot of land that he claims belongs to him. The vendors say that the land belongs to the state.

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