Indore, AboutGyan Representative. The police are constantly tightening the noose on the influential people who violate the Janata curfew. The action that started with the handcart-shops, hawkers has now reached the showroom. The Lasudia police station has registered a case against the manager and supervisor of three car showrooms.
According to TI Indramani Patel, Kia Motors was reported to be open on Monday. Municipal Corporation, Tehsildar and police reached the spot and registered a case against Rom Singh resident Gyansheela, Gyaneshwar resident Phoenix Township, Rahul resident Solanki Nagar, Rajendra resident Vijay Nagar, Rajesh resident Bhagyalakshmi Colony, owner and manager Shakti Sreedharan and manager Rohit Jain. While on Tuesday, the team raided Sanghi Motors and caught Pritam Singh and Anshul Jain resident Royal Amar Green Niranjanpur and Naresh Joshi resident Bhagirathpura from Renault car under section 188. The accused were taking out cars by opening car showrooms despite the ban. When the police arrived, they opposed the action and said that they had opened the showroom to clean up.
Action on lassi and chaat shops
Pandharinath police station registered a case against Ashok Wadhwani, a resident of Rupramnagar, the operator of Mahadev Lassi located on Prince Yashwant Road. The accused was selling milk after opening the shop after the stipulated time. Similarly, Sanyogitaganj police station has registered a case against Karan, the operator of Kavya Chaat Center on Navlakha.
The Lasudia police station has registered a case against the accused Ganesh Avasarmaur on the complaint of a woman resident of Doctor Nagar. The woman alleges that Ganesh entered the house at night and his companions started doing obscene acts.
dowry harassment case
Hiranagar police station has registered a case of molestation against the accused Mohan Songra, Dashrath Singh, Yashu Bai, Khemraj, Sonu and Sunil on the complaint of Pooja Singh Songra, resident of Satyam Vihar Colony.