?Change likely to tackle dacoity?
APPARENTLY DISSATISFIED with the ongoing anti-dacoity operation in the Chambal region, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today indicated change in the department for better results.india Updated: May 25, 2006 11:08 IST
APPARENTLY DISSATISFIED with the ongoing anti-dacoity operation in the Chambal region, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today indicated change in the department for better results.
Talking to newsmen, the Chief Minister, however, averred that it was wrong to say that the anti-dacoity operation was dead. Madhya Pradesh police are facing a huge embarrassment owing to the failure to eliminate the dreaded Gadaria gang. Besides, the daredevilry with which the Uttar Pradesh police intruded Madhya Pradesh and gunned down six members of the Jagjivan Parihar gang has left the State police red-faced.
The Chief Minister arrived here with Rural Development and Public Relations Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, and Minister of State Narayan Singh Kushwaha for a ‘darshan’ at the Rawatpura Sarkar. He also performed puja at the famous temple.
Talking about hike in power tariff, Chauhan said farmers would be unaffected by this as the State Government would provide subsidy worth Rs 510 crore against the hike.
The Government would not put additional burden on farmers, be they small or big, he added.
First Published: May 25, 2006 11:08 IST