Jaipur blast conspiracy: MP takes indication from Yogi government, bulldoz is illegal

The Ratlam district administration in Madhya Pradesh on Friday demolished so-called illegal houses and structures built by five of the six accused planning a series of blasts in Jaipur and was recently nabbed from the district and Chittorgarh in Rajasthan.

On Wednesday, Rajasthan police arrested three Ratlam residents with explosives during a routine check in Chittorgarh. They said they recovered 12kg of explosives, three battery watches, three connecting wires, six bulbs and a jeep from the three suspects.

Later on Thursday, the Madhya Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) arrested 25 people and arrested three more from Ratlam town. They have been handed over to Rajasthan police for further investigation.

The six arrested are Imran Khan, Altamash Khan, Jubayer Fakir, Amin Khan, Amin Sherani and Saifuddin. Saifuddin, Altamash and Zubair were arrested by Rajasthan police and the next day, Madhya Pradesh ATS arrested others.

The Ratlam Collector said in a statement that the illegal constructions violated the rules and regulations of the municipal corporation.

Collector Shri Purushottam said that the illegal property of Ratlam which was acquired by goons, mafia, illegal workers of the city is being demolished. In this case, the illegal constructions violated the rules and regulations of the municipal corporation and were demolished on Friday (April 1), “he tweeted on Friday.

Police in riot gear stormed the house of Imran Nagar resident Imran Khan and a chicken farm in Ratlam on Friday. Indian Express. There is a case against Khan under three different sections of the IPC, as well as three cases under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. According to the police, the whole conspiracy took place on the farm.

Another bungalow of the second accused Altamash Khan was also vandalized in Shauranipur area. Khan has been charged in seven cases and has been charged under eight different sections of the UAPA and the Explosives Act.

State Home Minister Narottam Mishra said Imran started his alleged illegal activities in 2014. “She started her activities in 2014 through social programs. He was a hardened criminal who was under surveillance and wanted to go to Syria. He was imprisoned for one year. He then sent three of them to Rajasthan with explosives, ”Mishra said.

Taking hints from Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who has now become popular as the ‘bulldozer father’ for his government’s all-out attack on criminals, his MP opponent Shivraj Singh Chauhan has now accepted the ‘bulldozer mama’ sobriety. “Uncle Bulldozer has always worked. It will not stop until all criminals are eliminated. We will not let go of anti-social elements, “Chauhan said recently.

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