Ujjain, Aug 22 (UNI) The National Security Law was invoked against four people who were subsequently jailed for three months for brandishing pro-Pakistan slogans on Thursday during a procession of a certain community in the colony from Geeta to Ujjain, official sources said on Sunday. .
Collector Ashish Singh initiated the action following a report by Police Superintendent Satyendra Kumar Shukla. The accused are residents of Azhar, Shaadaab, Mohammad Sameer and Saahil Lala.
Bhopal, August 22 (UNI) The case concerning recorded cases against individuals allegedly brandishing pro-Pakistan slogans during a community parade in Ujjain on Thursday took a new turn on Sunday with Rajya member Sabha Digvijaya Singh alleging that law enforcement action was based on false news.
“The words were ‘Qazi Saab zindabad’ and not ‘Pakistan zindabad’. The police should have checked the case. If any arrests have been carried out, the case should be withdrawn, ”the former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh said via social media.
Bhopal, Aug 22 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Interior Minister Narottam Mishra said on Sunday that Congress – which raises the issue of national integrity – demands soul-searching instead of teaching citizens.
“Where is Congress at and why? From Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru to ‘Yuvraj’, the Gandhi family have drawn closer to strangers. How will they understand this country? Dr Mishra transmitted via social media.
Shimla, Aug 22 (UNI) Chief Minister and Governor of Himachal Pradesh Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar has expressed sorrow over the death of former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Kalyan Singh
In his condolence message, the governor said Kalyan Singh was a veteran and visionary politician and a capable administrator. As Chief Minister, he worked for the upliftment of marginalized and oppressed sections of society.
Shimla, Aug 22 (UNI) Car traffic has been partially restored on NH 707 (Paonta Sahib -Shillai-Hatkoti National Highway) after being cut for 23 days due to a massive landslide in the Barwas area of the Sirmaur district.