Seven prisoners escape from Khandwa jail in
MP; one nabbed
Khandwa/Bhopal, October 1 (ANI): In a major embarrassment to the Madhya Pradesh police, seven prisoners escaped from state’s Khandwa jail in the wee hours
today. Six of the men allegedly belong to the Students Islamic Movement of India
(SIMI), which was banned in 2001 over its alleged terror links. One of the prisoners has been caught. Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Uma Shankar Gupta promised to take an action against the erring
officers and said the authorities would probe into the matter. The police
has declared a high alert in Khandwa and adjoining areas.
Babulal Nagar suspended from Congress
New Delhi, October 01 (ANI): Former Rajasthan minister Babulal Nagar, who was accused of raping a woman, has been suspended from the Congress. The decision was taken by the AICC after the state Congress declined to act against him despite public outrage. Media reports suggest that Nagar had undergone medical
tests, as part of the investigation into the case, after evading the probe for over one week. Earlier, the Jaipur Police had lodged an
FIR against Nagar and ordered a probe.
Jagan Reddy blames political conspiracy
behind his imprisonment
Hyderabad, October 01 (ANI): YSR Congress chief YS Jaganmohan
Reddy accused many political parties of conspiracy against him. He said his bail was denied, which
indicated misuse of the state machinery. He also appreciated Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for his administrative skills.
Shinde’s letter: Muslims targeted without reason, says SP
New Delhi, October 01 (ANI):
After Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde wrote a letter to the CMs of all the states on Monday
asking to ensure that no innocent Muslim youth be wrongfully detained in the name of
terror, SP leader Kamal Farooqi said it was sad for a secular country like India that a
particular was targeted for every wrongful things. He said they should be saved. He
further said the letter was not meant to appease the Muslims but the same
thing would have been done if Hindu community faced the same problem.