News Desk, Amar Ujala, Indore
Updated Fri, 20 Nov 2020 4:10 PM IST
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Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) building inspector Nagendra Singh Bhadauria told reporters that the second floor, balcony and rear part of the building of Pyare Mian’s bungalow in Lalaram Nagar were demolished. Construction was done at these places without the permission of IMC.
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He said, ‘The second floor, which was illegally built in Pyare Mian’s bungalow, was demolished, there has been a bar. Police seized several bottles of expensive liquor, card bundles, a small sword and some objectionable items from this place. This suggests that this place was used as a base for alcoholism and violence.
Meanwhile, a police official said that the sexual exploitation case was revealed in Bhopal during July, when police found four minor girls walking in a drunken state with a woman in Ratibar area.
He said that after hearing the objections of the minor girls, FIRs were registered in the state capital and Indore against Pyare Mian, a Bhopal newspaper owner and five of his associates. These cases were registered under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act (Poxo Act) as well as Section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Legislation and other related provisions.
The official said that Pyare Mian, absconding from Bhopal, was arrested in July from Jammu and Kashmir after sexual abuse cases surfaced. He is currently under judicial custody in Jabalpur’s Central Jail.