Government in action after Guna encounter of MP, 'Mama's bulldozer' ran on the houses of the accused
Bhopal. Three policemen were killed in gunfire by poachers in Madhya Pradesh's Guna in the early hours of Saturday. After which Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan held a high-level meeting regarding the incident and directed to take strictest action against the culprits. Meanwhile, news is coming out that some of the accused related to the incident have been detained by the police and uncle's bulldozer is going on at the houses of the accused.
According to news agency ANI, some suspected poachers linked to the Guna incident have been detained and weapons are also reported from the whereabouts of the accused. It is being told that bulldozer proceedings are going on in the houses of the accused. Superintendent of Police Guna Rajeev Mishra said that the poachers attacked the policemen in the forest of Aaron police station area of Guna. The poachers shot dead 3 policemen, SI, head constable and constable of Aaron police station.
Chief Minister Chouhan held a high level meeting regarding this incident. During this, Chief Minister Chouhan announced an assistance of one crore rupees each and government jobs to the families of the martyred policemen. Along with this, he has transferred Inspector General of Police (IG) Gwalior area Anil Sharma, who reached the spot late.