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Madhya Pradesh Upper Cast organizations calls Bharat Bandh against SC/ST Act

Madhya Pradesh Upper Cast organizations calls Bharat Bandh against SC/ST Act

Madhya Pradesh Upper Cast organizations: The unreserved section opposing the SC-ST Act has announced “Bharat Bandh” on September 6. In view of the closure, Section 144 has been imposed in the entire state. With this permission has been banned from exhibiting, rallying and group gathering without permission. In Madhya Pradesh, Sapaks, Karani Sena and Brahmin organizations have supported the all-India organization of the Bandh. The police have been alerted in all districts. Sheopur, Chhatarpur, Ashoknagar, Guna, Gwalior, Murraya, Shivpuri, Datia and Bhind districts have been kept in sensitive districts. It was decided after the meeting of intelligence officers in MPPHQ on Wednesday evening.

The impact of the Bharat Bandh in the state began to appear broadly even before one day, and for fear of any untoward, the Union Petrol Pump Operator Association of Madhya Pradesh announced the closure of the petrol pump. AP Petrol Pump Operator Association Chairman Ajay Singh has clarified that the petrol pump will be closed at 10 am the next morning, the decision has been taken to avoid the unpleasant event during the decision-making.

MPPHQ is keeping an eye on the situation in the entire state. According to IG Intelligence Makrand Dusker, all the IGs and SPs of the state have been told to stay on high alert, the Chief of the state police itself. DGP Rishi Kumar Shukla took a meeting to check the situation in the state, with intelligence ADG Rajiv Tandon, IG Intelligence Makrand Dusker and IG Law and Order Yogesh Chaudhary. PKQ has decided to close the National Highway in 2 districts. Local SP has also been informed, the mega deployment of 34 SAF companies and 6 thousand observers across the country, on the other hand, it has been decided not to obstruct internet service in some way. Keeping in view the security, an action is being taken to cancel the licenses of weapons in Gwalior.


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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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