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Referring to Rajasthan Police’s attempt to arrest Journalist Aman Chopra Chief Minister Ashok Gilot said Monday that the law is taking its own course and he will never resort to showdowns or dummy bulldozers.

“In our area viewThe law operates by itself work. we won’t want fake encounters like these in UP, or bulldozer operation on poor man. kindling fire easy but put it off Jahlout told reporters in New Delhi.

In response to a question by reporters why the Rajasthan Police are trying this arrest News18 journalist Guillot replied despite being suspended from the Supreme Court in A passive said can not happen.

While the Rajasthan High Court retained two FIRs against chopra in Bundi and Alwar District, State Police confirmed that the court did not suspend the case under the third FIR that was recorded in Dungarpur District.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Shehzad Poonawala Ghahlot criticized the statement for piano.

“Fake encounter! Isn’t this an overt intimidation and a veiled threat, but it’s troubling. Horrible!” Tweeted after sharing a video of Jahlut statement.

police teams From Rajasthan searched for Chopra and also He went to Delhi at his residence but the journalist was not found. Rajasthan police accused the police in Uttar Pradesh ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party of Non-cooperation.

Chopra has been detained by Rajasthan Police last based on the month on sayings is made on a show anchor in aftermath of Controversial temple demolished in Alor.

the police in Rajasthan Chopra said “a lie” made It looks as if the structure has been demolished in Alwar, Rajasthan government in revenge for demolition drive Pregnancy out in Jahangirpuri Delhi.

The state police said that a arrest Court order against Chopra and they will continue to search for for him. The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has criticized Rajasthan government over cases against Chopra, calling it attack on The media.


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