After the transfer of Bhind SP, Home Minister Narettam Mishra clarified – strict action will be taken on Amazon

Bhopal . The sudden transfer of Bhind SP Manoj Kumar Singh, who is investigating the Amazon hemp sale case, has caught fire. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has condemned the transfer of the SP who accused Amazon, after which Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra’s statement has come to the fore. he said that Amazon Drugs case The investigation will be done strictly and it has nothing to do with the transfer of Bhind SP. The superintendent of police had registered this case and started the investigation, but he himself wanted his posting in Bhopal. In such a situation, the transfer should not be seen in connection with the Amazon Drugs case. He has given this information in the interview given to News 18.

Narottam Mishra said that the police officers wanted to come to Bhopal due to personal reasons and they had applied for it. He said that transfer and posting are continuous processes, all this will continue. But Amazon will not be allowed to do drug business in Madhya Pradesh. The Home Minister said that I myself have raised this matter. Poison was sold in Indore through Amazon and after consuming it, a person committed suicide. Drugs are being supplied under the guise of Amazon, if someone calls for weapons, then the weapons will reach. This will never be allowed to happen. The reply given by Amazon officials is not satisfactory. Strict action will be taken on Amazon.

Earlier, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) had condemned the sudden transfer of Madhya Pradesh-based Bhind SP Manoj Kumar Singh, who accused Amazon in the hemp sale case. CAIT alleged that the government is working under the pressure of Amazon. Now the command of the district has been handed over to Shailendra Singh Chauhan. CAIT has said on the transfer that ‘Manoj Kumar Singh had taken over the charge of SP of Bhind only a year ago, so it cannot be called a routine transfer.’ CAIT has accused the MP government of pressure from Amazon. They claim that the officer has been transferred suddenly due to pressure.

CAIT had said- Manoj Singh, the officer behind the drug bust Were. He was handling the matter very honestly. In the middle of the investigation, he has been transferred to the PHQ headquarters. CAIT National President BC Bhartia and General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that the transfer of the police officer at such a crucial time of investigation is very surprising. It appears that the officers and their The team was about to take some big action. It has been said in the statement that this transfer shows how our system is working under the pressure of foreign giants.

Tags: Amazon, Drugs case, Home Minister, Narottam Mishra

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