Jhabua: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday announced a prerogative of Rs one lakh on a conduct of Rajendra Kasawa, a absconding accused, who stored a outrageous raise of explosives for mining work in a building that triggered off a array of explosions murdering 89 people and injuring over 100 during Petlawad city in Jhabua.
“Anybody who passes information to law-enforcers to promote a detain of Kasawa, will be rewarded with Rs 1 lakh, Chouhan said.
Kasawa was on Saturday requisitioned underneath applicable sections of IPC and Explosive Substances Act. Police have carried out searches during some places to detain Kasawa.
After a blast on Saturday, Kasawa and his family members fled from their residence.
Meanwhile, Chouhan pronounced family members of a defunct will get help of Rs 5 lakh instead of Rs 2 lakh as betrothed earlier.
He also pronounced practice will be given to a family of a deceased.
“I will lapse tomorrow to Petlawad and accommodate a family members of a defunct during 17 remaining places,” he added.
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According to sources, Chouhan, who faced indignant criticism nearby a blast site today, was suggested opposite a night stay in Petlawad due to open annoy over a incident.
On Saturday, 89 people were killed and scarcely 100 harmed after a large blast caused by mining explosives stored in a building ripped by a swarming area in Petlawad city in Jhabua district.