An Indian man has been found guilty in a case of making “loney” tomatoes in a remote part of northern India.
The man, who was arrested in July last year, was charged with cultivating wild vegetables under the Indian Agriculture Ministry’s Rural Development and Rural Health (R&H) Act and under the Food Safety Act of India.
He was arrested after police found several wild and unharvested tomatoes in the village of Bhagalpur in Haryana state.
According to the police, the man had harvested the tomatoes from a small garden in the garden on August 15, 2016.
The tomatoes were then thrown into the river near the village and later sold at a roadside market.
Police said that a number of people had come to the area to buy the tomatoes, and then went to the man’s house to sell them.
After an initial investigation, the court ordered the man to be handed over to police.
The court ordered him to be detained under the R&H Act.
The case against the man was filed in Hiala district court.
He will be sent to jail till January 2019.