Gwalior: Krishna Janmashtami is being celebrated with great pomp in Madhya Pradesh today and various programs are being organized everywhere. On one hand, where people are celebrating this festival by visiting temples, on the other hand State Home Minister Narottam Mishra has celebrated this festival by going to jail. On Friday morning, the Home Minister reached the Central Jail in Gwalior and met the prisoners there and distributed sweets to them. The minister also made several announcements in the interest of the prisoners here.
These announcements were made including waiving one month’s sentence of prisoners
On Friday morning, on the occasion of Janmashtami, the Home Minister, who reached the Central Jail in Gwalior, first participated in the program organized on the occasion of Krishna Janmashtami. In this, the prisoners of the jail staged a drama of Krishna’s birth. Along with this, dance songs on the songs of Harsh on the birth of Krishna. After this, while discussing with the media, the Home Minister said that every time I celebrate Krishna Janmashtami in jail itself. Last time it was celebrated in Bhopal, now it is celebrated in Gwalior. He has waived one month’s sentence of the prisoners in the jail and has also announced an ambulance, double story building in the jail.
Waiting for Amit Shah’s visit
Talking to the media, the Home Minister also discussed about Amit Shah’s visit and said that the city of Bhopal is waiting for him by laying Palak Pavde. The person who liberated Kashmir, removed 370, brought CAA, liberated Ladakh, many records are associated with Amit Shah ji.
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