Madhya Pradesh: After the violence and vandalism on Agneepath case in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh on Thursday, the atmosphere is calm now. There is still tight guard on all the main routes from the railway station. Meanwhile, action against the rioters has also started. The police have so far registered five FIRs in this case and 50 people have been detained. In which five physical trainers are involved, the arrest of one of them has been confirmed.
Police have registered five FIRs
After the incident, till late night, the police officers were busy in registering the FIR in the case and identifying the accused. There, five separate FIRs have been registered in three police stations. So far 50 people have been nominated in this case while two and a half hundred are unknown. The Home Minister gave this information and said that the CCTV footage around the incident site is being scanned, on the basis of which the work of identification of the rest of the accused is going on.
Agitators will compensate for the loss
District Magistrate and Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh said that he has not given instructions to close any coaching center. The officials had a meeting with the operators of the coaching centers, in which they said that they should not spread rumors or allow rumors to spread. Recovery of damaged property will be done only from those youths who have caused damage to public property.