Asking questions ‘not good culture’: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and MoS Home Kiren Riji

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan explicit , “Let the entire world know. Were they (policemen) right or wrong.” it absolutely was just a matter of hours before the eight SIMI activists who escaped from the Bhopal jail were shot dead.

The audience who were listening to his state foundation day speech on Tuesday, shouted back, “Sahi kiya (did the correct thing).”

The MP CM also declared money rewards of Rs 2 lakh for the policemen who were involved within the operation and Rs 1 lakh for those who were involved within the searches. Chouhan was criticised by his rivals for the killing of the SIMI activists and he alleged that they were enjoying dirty politics.

“We can have to evolve a system for fast trials. we should seriously consider setting up fast-track courts. however long can you keep them below trial? Some people even get chicken biryani in jail.” calling terrorists, “enemies of humanity”, Chouhan stated. there have been questions raised by many about the police operation and Chouhan was addressing them during his speech.

In New Delhi Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju also questioned the “habit” of people raising doubts over the action of security forces and the police. “This isn’t a good culture. we should stop this habit of raising doubts and questioning the authorities and the police. i’m not dismissing anything, however merely on the idea of clips or some kind of papers, you can’t raise alarm bells like that. What we are observing in India is that people have developed this habit of raising unnecessary doubts and questions. Facts can come out.”

He added, “Hum kisi ko chhedenge nahin magar hame chheda to chhodenge nahi.” Chouhan stated the men who had escaped were a threat to the state and nation and thus had to be eliminated.