Gwalior Crime News: When the police stopped him while drinking alcohol, he started threatening him by telling him that the brother of the former MLA
Gwalior Crime News: Gwalior. On Thursday, Bhagwan Singh Kushwaha was caught by the police in a state of intoxication during checking at Siraul Tirahe. The accused started threatening the police by saying that he is the brother of former MLA and BJP leader Madan Kushwaha. Siraul police station in-charge Preeti Bhargava said that action has been taken against Bhagwan Singh Kushwaha under section 185 for abusing the police. After the action, Bhagwan Singh Kushwaha had to pay a surety of Rs 70,000. Tried to contact Madan Kushwaha in this regard, but he could not be contacted.
Gangster Harendra Rana on parole, police increased surveillance: Gangst Harendra Rana’s parole has been approved. The police has become alert as soon as this matter reaches the ears of the police officers. The gangster is a resident of Bijauli. Apart from the concerned police station, the Murar police station has also been directed to keep a watch on his activities. Harendra Rana was caught by the crime branch team after shooting him in the leg in an under construction multi on Sachin Tendulkar Marg. The gangster has close links with the gangsters of Mathura and Punjab and Haryana. SDOP (Bijauli) Ravi Sonera told that he is getting to know whether Harendra Rana came out of jail or not.
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Illegal wires of 100 houses removed, 4 people booked for electricity theft The Municipal Division East of the Electricity Company launched a campaign to stop electricity theft in the Murar area. Illegal wires of 100 houses removed. These people were burning electricity by wiring transformers and lines and harming the company. Action was taken at places like Khatik Mohalla, Bhairav Colony, Huravali, RK Puram, Jaderua, BD Colony, Shatabdipuram etc. A case of electricity theft was registered against Om Prakash Sharma, Gajendra Singh Bhadauria, Sunita Bhadauria, Ashok Kushwaha. People also opposed the action of the power company, but the employees of the company continued the action.