Kandahar hijack posters removed from CM's bungalow

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Bhopal, Feb 8 (UNI) Objectionable posters relating to the release of dreaded terrorist Azhar Masood after the plane hijack to Kandahar were found on a government bungalow allotted to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here this morning.

After taking photographs, police removed the posters and suspended a police constable deployed on guard duty at the government building located in 74 Bungalow locality in the state capital.

Superintendent of Police Jaideep Prasad told UNI here today that objectionable posters were seen in the premises of Mr Chouhan's bungalow at 74 Bungalow area.

The guard on duty was suspended, but no case was registered in this regard, he added.

Recently, BJP workers put up posters at Congress office premises at Indore and other places related with Afzal Guru -- prime accused in Parliament attack case -- for not giving effect to capital punishment awarded by the Supreme Court.


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