Bhind collector Madhukar Agneya in controversy over comments on farmer's death

IAS officer Madhukar Agneya has landed in a controversy over his alleged comments about a farmer.

Congress released an audio recording of the conversation in which Agneya allegedly made light of farmer's suicide.

Agneya allegedly said that if someone has six children, then it is natural that he will have a pathetic life and would die.

The comment came at a time when farmers are committing suicides in the State due to rain and hail storm which affected the crop all over Madhya Pradesh.

Agneya said that the allegation was wrong and he didn't say anything like that. The Congress has attacked the collector for being insensitive towards the farmers.

The BJP is also not happy with the statement. Party chief Nandkumar Singh Chauhan has said that the comment was in a bad taste.

The lesson is that one should be careful about words even in a private conversation. Nothing is private in this era, as anything can be recorded.


Sand mafia kills policeman in Morena in Madhya Pradesh

Once again sand mafia has struck in Madhya Pradesh. A policeman Dharmendra Chauhan was brutally killed on Sunday.

Chauhan was crushed to death by the dumper truck which was involved in illegal transportation of sand mined unlawfully from the riverbed.

He was asked by his superior to stop the truck. But seeing Chauhan, the truck driver ran over him. The policeman died on the spot. This tragic incident took place on April 5.

This is not the first such incident. Morena is known for similar attacks on policemen and other officials.IPS officer Narendra Kumar Singh was killed in similar circumstances in Banmor in this district a couple of years ago.

In that case too, the officer was trying to stop a tractor-trolley when, he was crushed to death. Clearly, it shows that sand mafia has powerful persons' support and hence the criminals are acting fearlessly in Chambal region of Madhya Pradesh. [News clipping courtesy DainikBhaskar.com]

Communal violence in Jawad town in Neemuch, curfew imposed

Another town in Madhya Pradesh is under curfew due to communal tension.

Violence between two communities took place in Jawad town in Neemuch district on April 3.

Dozens were injured in the clash. In view of the arson and stone pelting, curfew was clamped.

This incident occurred in Khor in Jawad. Surprisingly the administration wasn't alert though there were incidents of tension earlier too. Three incidents had occurred in a month but there was not enough police deployment during the Hanuman Jayanti.

The result was the violence. Dozens were injured in the clash. Shops and vehicles were burnt by the mob. The police have arrested the rioters. Curfew is now enforced in the area and the situation is now peaceful.


Raid at IPS officer IG Mayank Jain's residence yields Rs 100 crore assets: Corrupt Cop!

News in Patrika newspaper's Bhopal edition
In a rare action, the Lokayukta police conducted raid at the house of IG Mayank Jain at Riviera Township in Bhopal.

The Lokayukta officials found that Jain had amassed six houses in Bhopal and Indore apart from 50 acres land in Khargone, nursing homes in Bhopal and Rewa.

Jain also had large amount of jewellery, cash and other assets that were disproportionate to his known sources of income.

There were complaints of corrupt practices against Jain earlier too. The Lokayukta team conducted raid at the IPS officer's house on May 15. Jain belongs to Rewa. He has MBBS and MS degrees. Jain's wife is also a doctor.

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