MP: Home Minister Narottam Mishra Lauds Forces for Neutralising Naxals

19 December, 2022 | Pranay Lad

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The neutralisation of a wanted Naxal with a Rs. 12 lakh reward was praised by Madhya Pradesh's home minister, Narottam Mishra, on Monday. He also announced awards for the forces.

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra praised the state police and armed forces on Monday for apprehending a wanted Naxal and announcing incentives for the forces.

“In a confrontation between police and Naxalites in the Harra Tola jungle, a part of the Malajkhand police station area in Balaghat, one Naxal carrying a prize of 12 lakhs was slain. In one year, MP Police have slain 6 highly prized Naxalites in a single confrontation. Participants in the operation from the Hawkforce and the police will receive rewards, “tweets from Mishra Additionally, he noted the cases of COVID in the central state and stated, “Two new cases of corona infection have emerged in the state in the previous twenty-four hours. There are currently 06 active cases in the state, with a 0.36 percent infection rate and a 98.70 percent recovery rate.”

Mishra was present on the first day of the Vidhansabha’s winter session as well.
He said, “Today, on the first day of the Vidhansabha’s winter session, attended the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee presided over by Hon’ble Vidhansabha Speaker Mr. Girish Gautam.”

Mishra voiced his disapproval of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone’s new song, “Besharam Rang,” earlier on December 14.

Narottam Mishra stated to the media, “At first impression, the song’s costumes are offensive. It is obvious that the song from the movie “Pathaan” was recorded with a dishonest attitude.”

Mishra made his comment two days after the song’s debut.

“I don’t think this is right, and I’ll ask the film’s creators and director to change it. Deepika Padukone previously supported the “Tukde Tukde Gang” at JNU, which is why her mindset was previously exposed to everyone. And for that reason, I think the song’s name, “Besharam Rang,” is also offensive in and of itself. Additionally, the way saffron and green have been worn, the song’s colours, the lyrics, and the film’s title are not peaceful. It should be improved. If this is not done, we shall decide whether or not Madhya Pradesh should approve its telecast.

Let’s check to see if everyone who has been questioned has improved thus far. We will take that into consideration if it isn’t done, he added.

Prior to the premiere of his movie “Pathaan,” Shah Rukh Khan recently paid a visit to the well-known Vaishno Devi temple.

Mishra commented on the actor from “Raees” visit to the temple by saying, “It is a nice thing, but on the other side they bring women in bikinis, that too is not acceptable.”