Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: MP police to adhere to SC order on SC/ST Act says Makrand Deouskar

    Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh police will continue to follow the orders given by Supreme Court on SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, even as their counterpart in the neighbouring Chhattisgarh state has withdrawn the circular pertaining to execution of court’s order.

  • Bhopal: 141 FIRs registered, 361 accused arrested for Monday’s violence

    Bhopal: In the Monday rampage 141 FIRs and 361 accused have been arrested till Thursday from the state and the counting is still on, informed IG intelligence Makrand Deouskar while talking to media, here on Thursday. The IG informed that no new case of violence was reported on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: No police firing in Shajapur, says IG

    Bhopal: The police did not open fire on agitators in Shajapur on Saturday. The message that went viral in this regard on social was completely fake. This was stated by IG, intelligence, Makrand Deouskar on Sunday. Talking to reporters, he said that Muslims in Shajapur wanted to bury body of their relative on land owned by another community. The administration swung into action and talked the Muslims into burying the body

  • Bhopal: Police to take CERT help following Damoh student suicide

    Bhopal: The police will take help of Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-in) to know the details about the death of the student in Damoh district on Sunday. IG intelligence Makrand Deouskar said it was reported that many students were playing the Blue Whale game. In MP two incidents had been reported in which one student was saved before committing suicide, but in another case Damoh’s Swastik allegedly committed suicide on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Stone pelters target MP buses in Jammu & Kashmir

    Bhopal: Some people reportedly pelted stones on buses of Madhya Pradesh, at Srinagar bypass road, on Monday, though no casualty was reported in the incident. IG intelligence, Makrand Deouskar, informed on Tuesday, that 18 buses and two vans (Tempo-Travellers) of Indore were heading towards Amarnath when midway near Srinagar bypass a group of people pelted stones on them at 1.30 pm. Glass of two buses were shattered, before the army patrolling team