Pakistan Zindabad Slogans Raised In Katni, Madhya Pradesh
Pakistan Zindabad slogans were raised after counting of sarpanch elections in Katni, and police registered a case.
Slogans of Pakistan Zindabad were raised on the lead of a candidate on Friday night after counting of votes in Chaka Gram Panchayat adjoining Katni city of Madhya Pradesh.
A video of this occasion is also going viral. In the election for the post of Sarpanch, candidate Rahisa Wajid Khan got a lead in the counting of votes.
The incident happened on Friday night after the counting of votes for the second phase of panchayat elections was over.
In the video, excited people are seen shouting slogans of Jeet Gaya Bhai Jeet Gaya, Pakistan Jeet Gaya, and Pakistan Zindabad.
Katni SP Sunil Jain said that in the video people are saying something with enthusiasm, but they are not taking the name of the candidate.
If anti-national slogans are raised, action will be taken. “We have registered a case in the matter and have started the investigation process,” the police officer said.
Earlier, Lamtra Industries Association president Sanjay Agarwal had accused former sarpanch Rahisa Begum and her husband Sheikh Wajid of settling Bangladeshis in Chaka village in Katni block.
He complained about this to Collector Priyank Mishra on 23 May. The collector sent this complaint to SP Sunil Jain.
When Sheikh Wajid was called for questioning at Kuthla police station, he had called these allegations baseless.
The Kuthla police station had also questioned the people living in village Chaka by opening punctured shops on the side of the main road, but there was no evidence of their being Bangladeshi.
Police are also probing this matter.
MP: Terror threat in urban body elections, security agencies on alert after an intelligence input.
There is a threat of terror in the urban body elections to be held in Madhya Pradesh. Security agencies are on alert after the intelligence inputs are received by the government.
The administration has increased security in the most sensitive areas. People will vote on the deployment of paramilitary forces.
Actually, the Police Headquarters has issued an alert to the police of all the districts.
According to sources, after the Udaipur incident, intelligence has received input that terrorists can instigate people through communal violence.
After this input, the police headquarters has instructed the intelligence system to be more active than before.