Assistant Engineer of Municipal Corporation hires criminals, learn the matter here

Jan 09 2021 12:10 PM
Assistant Engineer of Municipal Corporation hires criminals, learn the matter here

Bhopal: A big news has come recently from Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Yes, here police has registered a case against an Assistant Engineer of the Municipal Corporation. He is accused of setting a fire on journalist's vehicles by giving betel nuts. Talking about the matter, it is reported that OP Chaurasia, Assistant Engineer, Bhopal Municipal Corporation, set fire to the vehicles parked in the journalist's house with the intention of taking revenge after a minor altercation. During this time, a bike and scooty parked in front of the house was completely burnt, while an Activa and Swift Dzire car suffered less damage.

The Assistant Engineer of the Corporation had given betel nut to the three youths living in Nagda in Ujjain district for this work. This was revealed in the past when police searched CCTV cameras around the house, at the time of the incident, a suspicious car was seen and everything came out while extracting information about the same car. When the police traced the number of the car, they came to know that the car belonged to a person living in Nagda. After that a team of Bhopal Police went to Nagda and questioned the owner of the car.

Initially, he misled the police, but when strictly questioned, he opened the sari pole. He said that OP Chaurasia, Assistant Engineer in Bhopal Municipal Corporation, had given betel nut for this work. In this case, 65 thousand rupees was given in advance. In the police interrogation, the accused said that OP Chaurasia had set the journalist's family on fire with the intention of taking revenge. Now the three accused, Sameer Veg, Santosh and Alphaj Mewati, who carried out the incident in this case, have been arrested by the police.

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