Violence in Khargone of Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh)Khargone Violence) because of Indore (Indore(K Devi Ahilya University)Devi Ahilya University) Exams have been postponed in two centers. University’s Vice Chancellor Renu Devi told that since April 11, the examination has not been held at these centers. At the same time, on Tuesday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh (Chief Minister Shivraj Singh) met a 16-year-old boy injured in the riots that took place after the procession of Ram Navami on April 10 in Khargone town.CM Shivraj Singh) Chauhan talked on the video call and inquired about his well being.
Officials said that Shivam Shukla (16), who is suffering from a serious head injury in the Khargone riots, is admitted in a private hospital in Indore for a fortnight. He told that the Chief Minister made a video call to Shukla from Bhopal and while asking his well being assured of full help by the state government in his treatment. Officials said that state Agriculture Minister Kamal Patel had met Shukla, who was admitted to a hospital in Indore, on Monday and then expressed his desire to talk to the Chief Minister over phone. He told that Patel went to Bhopal the next day and got the Chief Minister to talk to Shukla on a video call.
121 CCTV cameras will be installed in the area of violence
Officials said that the condition of Shukla is improving continuously. He told that after suffering a serious head injury, Shukla was brought to the hospital in an unconscious state, but after treatment he slowly started talking and recognizing acquaintances. The district administration has been alerted after the communal violence that broke out during the Ram Navami procession.
Madhya Pradesh | We had postponed examinations at the two centers in Khargone due to riots. No examination conducted at these centers since April 11. Exams which could not be conducted will be held after May 11: Dr Renu Jain, Vice Chancellor, Devi Ahilya University, Indore pic.twitter.com/m7PniETpsB
– ANI MP / CG / Rajasthan (ANI_MP_CG_RJ) April 27, 2022
CCTV will be installed in the areas of stone pelting incidents
After the order of the government, CCTV cameras have started being installed at various places across the district. According to the district administration, about 121 CCTV cameras will be installed in the district. Cameras are also being installed in those areas where incidents of stone pelting allegedly took place.
97 varifocal ip cameras
Chief Municipal Officer Priyanka Patel said that according to the list provided by the police administration, the work of installing 121 CCTV cameras at 36 places has been started. It has 14 special cameras, which can take a view of the number plate of the vehicle passing through a place. Apart from this, there are 10 cameras that are capable of recording the scene by rotating it 360 degrees. The 97 cameras are varifocal IP cameras, which will be able to fully protect or record the movement of those passing in front of you.
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