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Shivraj Singh Chouhan orders probe into business use of National Herald property in Bhopal

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By Express News Service

BHOPAL: The Shivraj Singh Chouhan authorities in Madhya Pradesh has ordered a probe into the business use of National Herald belongings in Bhopal.

“Certainly a probe will be conducted as to whether the concerned property is being used commercially or not. If it’s found that the concerned property is being used commercially then the property will be sealed. Those using the property commercially will subsequently have to face strict action,,” state’s city improvement and housing minister Bhupendra Singh mentioned on Thursday.

He added that motion may also be initiated towards all these officers who helped in altering the land use of the involved National Herald property (constructing).

Importantly, the Associated Journals Limited (AJL) — the corporate which earlier revealed the National Herald newspaper — had properties in a number of cities, together with Delhi, Patna, Mumbai, Bhopal and Indore.

The involved property in Bhopal is situated within the Press Complex in Maharana Pratap (MP) Nagar.

Earlier within the day, the MP CM had justified ED’s motion within the case, together with the sealing of Young India’s workplace in Delhi.

BHOPAL: The Shivraj Singh Chouhan authorities in Madhya Pradesh has ordered a probe into the business use of National Herald belongings in Bhopal.

“Certainly a probe will be conducted as to whether the concerned property is being used commercially or not. If it’s found that the concerned property is being used commercially then the property will be sealed. Those using the property commercially will subsequently have to face strict action,,” state’s city improvement and housing minister Bhupendra Singh mentioned on Thursday.

He added that motion may also be initiated towards all these officers who helped in altering the land use of the involved National Herald property (constructing).

Importantly, the Associated Journals Limited (AJL) — the corporate which earlier revealed the National Herald newspaper — had properties in a number of cities, together with Delhi, Patna, Mumbai, Bhopal and Indore.

The involved property in Bhopal is situated within the Press Complex in Maharana Pratap (MP) Nagar.

Earlier within the day, the MP CM had justified ED’s motion within the case, together with the sealing of Young India’s workplace in Delhi.