Cop on poll duty dies in suspicious circumstances

Bhopal: A police officer posted on election duty has died under suspicious circumstances. This incident took place in Kamla Nagar police station area of Bhopal (city). He was also on election duty. After which he went to sleep at his home. After that he did not open his eyes. Police has sent the body to PM. Police Says that no official statement can be given regarding the death right now.

According to Kamla Nagar police station, he was posted at TT Nagar police station. He was made the sector in-charge in the elections. He went to sleep on November 18, the next day after voting. The next morning he could not get up again. When he was taken to the hospital, the doctor declared him dead. Police station in-charge Kamla Nagar Nirupama Pandey said that Kamlesh Singh, son of late Jalam Singh, aged 53 years, has died. He lived in Police Line, Nehru Nagar. Although he was a resident of village Rajoda in Vidisha district. Kamlesh Singh was ASI. He was taken to Bansal Hospital. The doctor from Bansal Hospital had given information about this. Kamla Nagar Police is investigating the case by registering Marg 48/23. Most of Kamlesh Singh’s services were in Bhopal DRP Line, Ratibar, MP Nagar and Tila Jamalpura police stations.


Sex racket operating in Spa center busted

Misrod police busted a sex trafficking operation within a spa center located near Surendra Land Mark colony. Six individuals, including a minor, have been apprehended following the raid. Authorities received intelligence regarding the illicit activities taking place at the Iva spa, prompting the decision to conduct a raid, as explained by an officer. Undercover personnel, posing as customers, confirmed the information on Saturday evening before signaling the team to initiate the operation.

Sub-Inspector (SI) Shweta Sharma reported that the owner, Rehan Khan, is currently evading law enforcement, while his partner, Shahnaaz, has been detained. The police discovered objectionable material within the premises. Four women, including Shahnaaz, were arrested during the raid, along with a minor male who was found to be a customer. Additionally, another customer, Krishna Fate, aged 45, faced charges under relevant sections.

The individuals apprehended were taken to the police station, where a case was registered. Misrod police are actively pursuing Rehan Khan, who remains at large. Authorities have also seized records implicating additional individuals in the racket, and they will be subjected to questioning as part of the ongoing investigation.

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