First case under Love jihad registered in city


Chronicle reporter, Bhopal-The first case has been registered in Ashoka Garden police station under the 'Religious Freedom Ordinance-2020' or 'Love Jihad' in the capital. Accused hiding his religion, was allegedly having a love affair with a girl. After that, pressure was put on her to convert. Police have arrested the accused. This is the second case in state and first case in Bhopal. Activists of the Hindu organization reached Ashoka Garden police station and demanded strict action against the youth.

In the case of Love Jihad, the first case was registered at Ashoka Garden police station in the capital. ASP Rajesh Singh Bhadauria said accused Asad befriended the student by posing as Ashu. The accused concealed his religion and raped her several times. The friendship of the two was from the year 2019. When both went to Raisen, the girl came to know about the youth's religion.

After this, the accused pressured him to convert. Not only that, she also beat her up. On the complaint of the victim, the police registered a case under the 'Religious Freedom Ordinance-2020'. Accused has been arrested. Accused is a resident of Aishbag Bhopal. He has been booked under Section 3/5 of the Freedom of Religion Act and 376.

The victim, a 23-year-old girl originally from Balaghat, is a second-year engineering student. 

Spurious liquor worth Rs 50 lakh seized 

Action against the illegal liquor mafia was taken in the capital on Wednesday. Under the special campaign, under the guidance of the Collector Bhopal Avinash Lavania and Assistant Excise Commissioner Sanjeev Dubey and Sajendra Mori, the District Excise Force raided at the Ratua Plateau, Ratanpur Nala and the Berasia Pathar.

In this, a huge quantity of 2300 kg mahua liquor and 130 liter hand furnace liquor worth Ts 50 lakh was recovered. The liquor was stored in cans and drums. The sample of Lahan was destroyed on the spot. A total of 6 cases were registered under Section 34 (1) A and (F) of the State Excise Act, 1915.

The Morena hooch tragedy has once again brought into focus the problem of illicit liquor that haunts Madhya Pradesh. In a crackdown against spurious liquor after the Morena tragedy, Bhopal administration recently raided several places in the city including Haripura, Arjun Nagar, Naronha Saankal, Tanda, Kokta, Kanhasaiyya, Sukhi Sewania, Amoni Bhadbhada, Kheria Tapra and Balampur. The team seized around 8,400kg of Mahua Lahan and 320 litres of hand furnace liquor, under Excise Act 1915. 

Officials say, the gangs engaged in hooch trade are so vicious that officials of excise and police department have often been attacked during raids. 
In one such incident, around a dozen vehicles of the excise and police department were damaged by a hooch gang during a raid in Bhopal last November. Sources say, such gangs are active across the state. They illegally manufacture liquor using industrial alcohol and other raw materials. It does not comply with the production standards and is not fit for human consumption. The spurious liquor in the Morena tragedy was manufactured from industrial alcohol, say officials. 

Pyare Mian case: Minor girls dies after consuming sleeping pills

The high profile case of sexual abuse by Pyare Mian has taken a new turn. A victim living in a Balika Grih consumed sleeping pills. She was admitted to Hamidia Hospital late on Monday but died on Tuesday night.

According to the hospital management, her condition remained critical. She was placed on a ventilator. Seeing the seriousness of the case, Collector Avinash Lavania has ordered a judicial inquiry.

However, the staff and officials of the Balika Grih refused to comment on the matter. On receiving the information, the relatives of the minor also reached the hospital. They have accused the Balika Grih management of being negligent. They raised the question how did the pills reach the child?

Kamla Nagar Police Station has started investigation. Statements of another minor victim girl were also taken. Her health also deteriorated. She was rushed to JP Hospital. She was later discharged.

The relatives of the minor have alleged that the victim had been given sleeping pills. Due to high doses, her condition worsened. The girl's mother has questioned how the pills reached the Balika Grih.

The family started creating a ruckus outside the hospital.