MP govt. wants to introduce death penalty for child rapists
Chouhan's statement came as he addressed the `Joint Convocation Ceremony' at the Madhya Pradesh Police Academy.
Chouhan also announced measures to improve the state's law and order situation.
MP govt. wants death penalty for child rapists
Death penalty bill to be introduced during assembly's monsoon session
"A bill providing death sentence for rape of minors would be presented in the coming monsoon session [of Assembly]. Once it is passed it would be forwarded to the President for assent," Chouhan said.
Chouhan says police has government's full support
"The first condition for the development of the state and the country is a good law and order system and this is the major responsibility of the police," Chouhan said.
The government had sanctioned at least 30,000 new police posts for whom around 25,000 new houses would be constructed.
Chouhan praised the police for arresting the Bhopal-Ujjain train blast accused within three hours.
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