Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday stated that directions have been given to ship the strictest punishment to the accused who was seen urinating on one other man in a video which had surfaced on the social media.
CM Chouhan stated that the state authorities is not going to spare him at any price and punishment of the accused will change into an ethical lesson for everybody.
Whereas addressing the media in Bhopal, CM Chouhan stated, “I’ve instructed to provide the accused the strictest punishment. It needs to be an ethical lesson for everybody. We can’t spare him. An accused has no faith, caste or social gathering. Accused is an accused.”
Earlier on the directions of CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, a case was registered towards a youth beneath the Nationwide Safety Act after a video surfaced on social media purportedly displaying a person urinating on one other man in Madhya Pradesh’s Sidhi district.
The incident occurred in Kubri village within the district and the viral video exhibits the accused allegedly in an inebriated state urinating on the face of the person. The accused has been recognized as Pravesh Shukla, a resident of Kubri village.
The sufferer has been recognized as Dasmat Ravat (36), a resident of Karaundi village within the district.
As quickly because the video went viral on social media on Tuesday, CM Chouhan took cognizance of the matter and ordered strict motion to be taken towards the accused. He additionally ordered the NSA to be imposed towards the accused.
In line with the police, following the instruction of the chief minister, a case has been registered towards the accused at Bahari police station within the district beneath Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 294, 504, part 3(1) (r)(s) of SC/ST Act and NSA has additionally been imposed on him.
Additionally, Madhya Pradesh Residence Minister Narottam Mishra reacted to the matter and stated that this can be a very condemnable incident, and the Chief Minister has given directions for motion.
“Strict motion might be taken towards the accused,” Mr Mishra stated.
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