BHOPAL: The Special Task Force (STF) of MP Police has declared a reward of Rs 5000 on four accused. These absconding accused are wanted in various cases related to Madhya Pradesh Recognised Examination Act, Excise Act and Arms Act. .

They include Amit Kumar Nimawat (33), son of Rajendra Singh Nimawat, resident of Tehsil Chirawa, District Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, Neeraj Patel (30), son of Mukundi Patel, resident of village Bhadara, District Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh), Ramesh Chandra Shivhare (34) son of Santram Shivhare, district Mahoba, Uttar Pradesh and Ramnivas (25), son of Junjaram Patel (Kalvi), village Asatora, tehsil, Panchpatra, district Badmer, Rajasthan.

Those helping in nabbing the accused and providing information leading to their arrest would be rewarded.  A reward of Rs 3000 has been declared each on three other accused. The absconding accused on whom the reward has been declared include Dinesh Tomar, son of Sobran Singh Tomar, resident of village Gadia, Morena, Arun Sikarwar, son of Jaswant Singh, resident of village Mohana, district Morena and Ramdulare son of Satyaprakash Soni, resident of Muradganj, Oraiya, Uttar Pradesh.

Shivhare, Ajay Mehta bail pleas rejected; Sudhir Sharma evades STF notice

The court of the ADJ Ramkumar Chaube, on Monday, rejected the bail applications of suspended DIG RK Shivhare and BJP leader Dr. Ajay Mehta. They are in jail in connection with Police SI recruitment and constables’ recruitment frauds respectively. In another development , mining baron Sudhir Sharma did not turn up at the STF office on Monday for interrogation. He sent a letter to the STF saying that as he was out of town, he would not be able to comply with the STF time. This is the third time Sharma has not turned up in response to STF summons.

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