Madhya Pradesh Police detained three accused on January 17, for raping a minor girl and dumping her body into the Chambal river in Gwalior district. "The accused raped her following which she threatened to register a complaint with the police. Fearing this the accused killed her," said SP Amit Sanghi. The search operation is still on and the truck has been seized. However, the body is yet to be recovered.
A doctor from Indore reportedly thrashed a female vegetable vendor, over parking dispute. On January 16, a video went viral on social media, which showed a group of doctors, allegedly beating a the vendor named Dwarka Bai and his son. They even overturned the vendor's cart of potatoes. The reported incident happened at Bhanwarkua region on January 13, after Dwarka Bai asked the doctor to move his car.
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To win a bet of Rs 2,000, an elderly man, 60-year-old-pannalal drank drain water. The bet was given by the sarpanch of Jamwati village, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. bet was made over the statement of Pannalal, that he would have drank drain water for Rs 1,000. Hearing the statement, youths and sarpanch offered him Rs 2,000 to drink the water, on January 13, which went viral on January 16.
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In view of the COVID-19 surge, the Madhya Pradesh Government announced to close classes for 1-12, from January 15 to 31. The State CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan held a review meeting with the crisis management group on January 14. In addition, the BJP led MP Government also banned religious and political rallies until further notice. However, Makar Sankranti snan (bath) was exempted from the imposed ban.
In a viral video, a Madhya Pradesh Cop was seen asking a man to clean her trouser. Reportedly, the man spread mud over the female officer, while taking a reversing his motorcycle. Angry over the same, the cop asked the man to clean her trouser and when he was done cleaning, she slapped him and walked away. The incident, reported in Sirmaur Chowk, Rewa, went viral on social media platforms.
Many of us know about golgappe but a food joint namely 'Jain Shree Panipuri Sarafa' in Madhya Pradesh's Indore is going viral for serving chocolate golgappe. The video of the dish was shared by a food blogger Kalash Soni on Instagram. It shows the vendor is filling the golgappe with other chocolate products instead of traditional potato stuffing. Furthermore, he uses… read-more
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Niraj Bishnoi, who is allegedly the mastermind behind the creation of the 'Bulli Bai' app, has been suspended from his engineering colleges based in Madhya Pradesh. Reportedly, the 21-year-old was a B Tech student of the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) Bhopal campus. He is the fourth arrested person who has been associated with the app. Notably, the app was being used to list Muslim women for auction.
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Indore Police have arrested seven people including two police personnel in an alleged kidnapping of a Nagpur based businessman. Main accused Ashis Gujar and police personnel Lakhan Hands & Shailendra Chandel even took ransom of Rs10 lakh from victim's father-in-law. "Ashish kidnapped victim Rohit with the help of his eight companies and two policemen," said DCP Shashikant Kankane. A case has been registered under relevant sections of the… read-more
Religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj was arrested from his rented residence in Madhya Pradesh, on December 30. He has been charged under a sedition case for making derogatory remarks against Mahatma Gandhi. "On the basis of evidence, Section 153 (1)(A), 153 B 1(A), 295 A, 505 (1)(B) have also been included," said Chhattisgarh Police. Meanwhile, MP government alleged that Maharaj was arrested without informing Madhya Pradesh police.
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan laid the foundation stone of metro works in Indore, on December 25. It is a project of Rs 7,500 crore and includes 16 metro stations. The metro service is being developed ''in a ring shape starting and ending at the Indore Airport''. "Clean city Indore and smart city Indore, will soon become a metro city also," said Chouhan at the ceremony.