Bhopal: 'Criminal incidents' are taking place in Madhya Pradesh day in and day out. The increasing crime day by day is disturbing to surprise everyone. The CM has been seen in action over the recent horrific massacre in Nemawar and the deteriorating law and order situation in the state. In fact, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has reacted to the Nemawar massacre in the Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh. Reacting to the Nemawar massacre in Dewas district recently, he said, "The Nemawar incident is very unfortunate, all the criminals have been caught. They will not be released at any cost for the heinous misdeeds they have committed.''
Yesterday, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted, "I have held a high-level meeting on law and order today. The Nemawar incident is heinous, these criminals are not criminals, they have been caught, but the Government will leave no stone unturned to get the strictest rarest punishment by prosecuting them in fast track courts, we will set an example of action.'' At the same time, he wrote in his tweet, "I am also deeply hurt by the incident, but it alone will not work, I have instructed that the results are required. We have our thoughts with the victim's family. 41 lakh 25 thousand will be provided to the next of kin of the victim's family. We are standing with the family members, we will not spare the culprits.''
In fact, CM Shivraj had convened a high-level meeting at cm house yesterday over the issue. In a tweet, Narottam Mishra had said, "In a high-level meeting on law and order, the CM has directed that law and order in the state should be tight. There should be fear of the Government among the criminal elements and faith in the minds of the people, the state is an island of peace, there is no place for any criminal element.'' The meeting also decided to provide the strictest punishment to the victims of the Nemawar massacre through fast track court and compensation to the next of kin of the victim's family.