Tales of some dreaded dacoits of Madhya Pradesh’s Chambal area and the efforts of police to curb the bandit menace will likely be showcased at a museum in Bhind district, officers stated. Dacoit-turned-MP Phoolan Devi, bandit Malkhan Singh and athlete-turned-dacoit Paan Singh Tomar are amongst these whose life tales will discover a point out within the museum, they stated.
The state police personnel are donating cash for organising of the museum, which is prone to open subsequent month, Bhind Superintendent of Police Manoj Kumar Singh instructed PTI.
“Thus far, the dacoits of Chambal belt have been glorified. Now, it’s the flip of the victims and policemen who fought the menace to be introduced into limelight,” he stated.
There was a basic notion that some folks turned dacoits out of despair. The ordeal of victims of the bandit menace has not come to mild, he stated.
“In addition to, the police power heroes who fought the bandits have remained unsung. All this might be dropped at the general public area within the museum,” he stated.
With this initiative, the state police wish to drive house the purpose that violence by no means pays, he stated.
“The museum may have a database of greater than 40 policemen and officers who misplaced their lives in eliminating dacoits from Chambal. Their pictures and medals will likely be displayed,” Deputy Inspector Common of Police, Chambal Vary, Rajesh Hingankar stated.
A documentary can also be going to be made to showcase the lives of dacoits and their victims, he stated.
The museum is being arrange in six-seven rooms on the Police Strains in Bhind. Thus far, police personnel have donated Rs three lakh for it, Singh stated.
“We would like the youth of the Chambal space to shun weapons and violence,” he added.