- Investigation report of case summoned
- Take action to destroy organised gangs
- CM Shri Kamal Nath’s directives to DGP
Bhopal. The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath gave instructions for conducting case in Fast Track Court in order to give immediate punishment to the culprits involved in abduction and murder of the twins of Chitrakoot. He also summoned a report from the police in this case on its action during the last 12 days. Shri Kamal Nath has told the Director General of Police to take stringent steps to destroy the organized gangs of criminals in the state.
Shri Kamal Nath has stated that this is a sorrowful incident and cannot be compensated. Person whether they are of higher or lower level will be punished for their negligence in this case. The Chief Minister said that this case is not a matter of politics but it is a time to ensure strictest punishment to the culprits for the family which has suffered an irreparable loss and to stop repetition of such a heinous crime. Shri Kamal Nath also told to investigate in this case the role of the school, Sad Guru Seva Sansthan, where children used go for studies. He told the DGP to speak to the family of the children in this case to know whether they were satisfied with the cooperation of police. If the family tells about the negligence of any officer then strict action should be taken without any delay.
The Chief Minister told the DGP to issue strict instructions to the Police Officers. He mentioned that law and order is his top most priority. Negligence of any kind will not be tolerated. The Police are free to ensure law and order. Conduct a constant campaign against criminals. In case of negligence, senior officers will not be spared too.
Shri Kamal Nath said that strict action should be taken against notorious elements. Do not spare them and eliminate illegal trade of narcotics, the root cause of any crime, he added.
Moreover, the Chief Minister stated that strict action should be taken against the organized gangs involved in criminal activities in the state and hold police officers accountable for these kinds of incidents.