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Monsoon signals arrival in MP, state receives rain



mp rainBhopal:The monsoon signalled its arrival in Madhya Pradesh on Sunday with several areas in the eastern part of the state receiving rain. The met office has warned of heavy rain at some places in the next 24 hours.

The regional meteorological office’s director Anupam Kashyapi told reporters that the monsoon entered by way of Chhindwara and registered its presence in Jabalpur and Sidhi.

According to Kahyapi, the monsson is expected to reach the state capital in 24 to 48 hours while the city has already received showers over the last two days. Heavy rain is expected in Jabalpur, Khandwa and Burhanpur districts within 24 hours.


Leave Raj Bhavan or we will blow it up with dynamite, UP Governor gets threat letter




Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Raj Bhawan has received a letter threatening to blow up the building if Governor Anandiben Patel does not vacate it in 10 days.

The letter, according to Raj Bhawan sources was sent by “TSPC Jharkhand”, an apparent reference to the Maoist group Tritya Sammelan Prastuti Committee.

An FIR under the charges of criminal intimidation and threatening Governor/President under IPC Section 124 has been lodged with Hazratganj police station.

According to Hemant Rao, Additional Chief Secretary to Governor, the letter has been sent to the state home department for further action.

Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Avanish Awasthi said late on Tuesday night that the home department has taken the matter very seriously and written to DGP and DG Intelligence and ADG Security to investigate immediately and submit report by Wednesday after a full assessment of the situation.

Police sources said TSPC is suspected to be an offshoot of a Naxal group active in Jharkhand.

“The police are trying to find out the place from where the letter was sent. Meanwhile, security of the Governor and the Raj Bhawan is being beefed up further,” said a government spokesman.

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