The forest division has transferred the deputy forest ranger who filed a legal complaint towards MP Tourism Minister Usha Thakur in a dacoity complaint.
MP Tourism Minister Usha Thakur (Supply: Fb/Usha Thakur)
The Madhya Pradesh forest division has transferred the deputy forest ranger who filed a legal complaint towards the state tourism minister, Usha Thakur from the Bagraunda forest put up in Mhow to Chapria in Manpur.
The officer, recognized as Ram Suresh Babu, in his complaint to the police on January 12 had alleged that Usha Thakur and her supporters had forcibly taken away a heavy-duty earth extraction JCB machine and a tractor-trolley on January 11 evening that had been seized throughout unlawful stone and soil mining in a reserved forest space.
Ram Suresh Babu’s complaint towards Usha Thakur and her supporters was not registered by the police however the forest minister was pressured to represent a high-level inquiry headed by a Principal Chief Conservator of Forest degree officer because the opposition raised the problem.
The most recent motion of the forest division got here earlier than the completion of the high-level inquiry.
Whereas rejecting the costs made towards her, Tourism Minister Usha Thakur had claimed the extraction of stone and soil by Manoj Patidar, who’s a co-accused, was achieved from his personal land for leveling a patch of highway that was inflicting nice inconvenience to her voters.
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