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?Govt to go after illegal immigrants?

CHIEF MINISTER Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said that SIMI was already banned in the State, and in wake of Mumbai bomb blasts the government had given instructions to trace Bangladeshi and other illegal immigrants in the State. He said that people with SIMI mindset would not be allowed to go scot-free in the State.

india Updated: Jul 16, 2006 21:27 IST

CHIEF MINISTER Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said that SIMI was already banned in the State, and in wake of Mumbai bomb blasts the government had given instructions to trace Bangladeshi and other illegal immigrants in the State. He said that people with SIMI mindset would not be allowed to go scot-free in the State.

On the Shunglu committee formed by Union Government on Sardar Sarovar Project, he said that it was a ploy of Centre to harass the State Government. “I am also in favour of rehabilitation,” Chouhan said, adding that the committee’s report was wrong.

When queried about pension scam, Chouhan said that the law would take its own course and the government would not interfere in the matter.

On the transfer of Ratlam excise officer, Chouhan tried to wash his hands of the entire episode and said that it was part of routine administrative exercise. He denied that the transfer was done under pressure from liquor lobby.

On Indore Master Plan 2021, the Chief Minister said that he had not studied the plan in detail and could only say that the plan was prepared keeping all aspects in mind.