MP Police issues Rs 3000 challan against man claiming to be CM Shivraj's 'brother-in-law'

24 Aug 2018 12:44 PM

MP Police issues Rs 3000 challan against man claiming to be CM Shivraj's 'brother-in-law'

Updated 24 Aug 2018 12:44 PM

MP Police issues Rs 3000 challan  against man claiming to be CM Shivraj's 'brother-in-law' 

Massive ruckus could be seen in Madhya Pradesh when the police officials along with traffic police officers stopped a car for regular checking for security purposes; as the family which was travelling in the car claimed to be Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s relatives. 

After imposing pressure on the cops, the family was allowed to leave without imposing a chalan. But, later after the matter came to light a chalan of Rs 3,000 was slapped on the man for not having documents of insurance. The man has been identified as Rakesh Chouhan, who is CM's cousin sister's husband. 

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