Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan | Photo credit: ANI
- “I’m in a dangerous mood today. I will not spare those involved in illegal activities.
- “Go, Madhya Pradesh, otherwise I will bury you three meters deep and no one will find out about your whereabouts.”
- “Drugs are brought in by Nigerians”
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan warned Mafia elements, saying he is in a dangerous mood these days and will bury them 3 meters deep if they do not leave the state.
The CM warned the mafia and others involved in illegal activity, saying, “I’m in a dangerous mood these days. I will not spare those involved in illegal activity. Mom is in shape now. Go, Madhya Pradesh, otherwise I will “Bury you 10 feet and no one will know of your whereabouts.”
Good governance, that is, a regime in which people are not exposed to difficulties, now prevails in the MP, said Chouhan.
The CM had previously said that the state’s BJP government is softer than flowers to law-abiding citizens and more deadly than lightning to those who are evil.
Drug dealers, land mafia, chit fund mafia, idiots and other such people are not spared; the CM said, adding that the state government would hold talks with central departments to resolve the drug problem in the state.
Shivraj has ordered crackdown on drug traffickers
The CM recently ordered a crackdown on the drug mafia and ordered the authorities to launch a special campaign from December 15-22 on the advice of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).
At that meeting, the CM identified people involved in drug trafficking as enemies of humanity and said that under no circumstances should they be spared.
According to the NCB, 15 districts of Madhya Pradesh have reported high drug trafficking prevalence, mainly in the Malwa and Mahakoshal regions.
“Enemies of Humanity”
Shivraj had previously said that drugs were brought in by Nigerians and teams are visiting Gujarat, Mumbai and other locations to investigate.
Citing a spokesman for the state government, HT reported that the state capital Bhopal is also on the black list of districts.
Other districts involved in drug trafficking are Indore, Ujjain, Mandsaur, Neemuch and Ratlam in the Malwa region, Jabalpur, Chhindwara and Narsinghpur in the Mahakoshal region, apart from Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Gwalior, Satna, Sagar, Datia and Rewa. Apart from that, the Vidisha and Agar-Malwa districts are also sensitive.
Earlier this month, the Indore Municipal Corporation demolished several illegal buildings owned by criminals in the Khajrana and Kabutar Khana areas as part of an anti-assault campaign.