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‘Shame on dirty politics…Slain men were dreaded terrorists,’ says MP CM Chouhan


Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today attacked the “dirty politics” being played over the killing of eight SIMI operatives saying slain men were “dreaded terrorists” who could have wreaked devastation if succeeded in escaping.

“I am pained to see the kind of politics being played out. Some politicians are making hue and cry over the killing of terrorists but have not said a word over the sacrifice of a jail staff…Pata nahin rajniti aisi ho gayi hai,” the chief minister said adding there should not be any “vote-bank” politics over such issues.

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Chouhan made these remarks after paying tribute to the head constable Ramashankar Yadav, who was killed by the fleeing terrorists.

“The killed men were dreaded terrorists who first killed a jail staff in Ratlam, then in Khnadawa before finally killing a Bhopal jail’s head constable,” the CM said expressing shock over cheap politics. “Lanat hai aisi rajniti par”.

“Certain politicians are making a hue and cry for these terrorists but not lending a word of solace for the martyred jawans. I condemn such leaders and the dirty politics they are doing. But for the government and the public, the nation and the state is foremost and I appeal everyone to stop playing dirty politics. Patriotism is important,” he declared.

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