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Madhya Pradesh will be ‘mafia free’ : Chief Minister Kamal Nath

Madhya Pradesh will be 'mafia free'

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath held a very important meeting of the senior most administrative and police officers of the four metros of the state, Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior and Jabalpur. Chief Secretary and Director General of Police were also present in the meeting. The Chief Minister said that the police and administration wreaked havoc on the perpetrators of organized crime. I want to see Madhya Pradesh mafia-free. Madhya Pradesh will have to be freed from all types of mafia. Whether they are extortionists, extortionists, land mafia, drug mafia, co-operative mafia, Madhya Pradesh should get rid of those who harass the citizens of the state by forming organized gangs. The Chief Minister said that, I want that this should not be just for optics, that is, not just to show off, not just in the news headlines, I want a certificate of the results of the proceedings against the mafia. Indore businessman Jeetu Soni had complained to me about a month ago and told that he was blackmailing, so I told my officials that who is this person, I should be given detailed information.

The Chief Minister said that the police and administration wreaked havoc on the perpetrators of organized crime.

Madhya Pradesh will be 'mafia free'
Madhya Pradesh will be ‘mafia free’

When I came to know, I was shocked that this mafia has been in possession and blackmailing the property and property of people for a long time, then I instructed the administration to take strict action. The Chief Minister also said that the mafia works outside the purview of the law, they have to be brought under the law and punish them severely. Action should be taken, whose message goes to every corner of the state and the mafia will never be able to muster up the courage to commit crime again. In this very important meeting, a separate branch and special court was also discussed for Organize Crime at Police Headquarters. The Chief Minister expressed his intention that soon a law against organized crime will also be brought. The Chief Minister, while giving instructions, clarified that action should not be taken by looking at the political badge on clothes, that is, no matter how much anyone advocates, the mafia should be put behind bars. The Chief Minister said that in my entire public life, I have never given protection to any person of criminal nature. All police officers and administrative officers working with me are well aware of this. Finally, the Chief Minister said that you are always doing this for the good of the state, not for me.


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