17 Jul 2023

Madhya Pradesh: Family Of Late TI Rajaram Vaskale Is Now My Family, Says CM Shivraj

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan paid touching tributes to late TI Rajaram Vaskale who passed away in Dewas while discharging his duty. Expressing deep condolences, the Chief Minister said that he has lost a fearless and courageous police officer. Late Vaskale's family is my family now. 

CM Shivraj said that Samman Nidhi of one crore will be provided to the family of late Vaskale. As a representative of CM Chouhan, Animal Husbandry Minister Prem Singh Patel will attend the last rites of late Vaskale. The last rites will be performed with State Honours.

CM said at Barwani Circuit House that TI Vaskale sacrificed his life on Sunday while discharging his duty in Jamner river of Nemawar in Dewas district. Sunday's incident is very unfortunate. Vaskale, a resident of Koyadiya village of Barwani district, made remarkable achievements during his service period.

TI had drowned while trying to fish out body

Rajaram Baskale, who was in-charge of Nemawar police station and drowned while trying to fish out the body of a boy from the Jamner River in Dewas district on Sunday, was consigned to holy flames at his ancestral village, Koydiya, in Barwani district.

According to an official, Baskale jumped into the river to fish out the body but was caught in strong water currents and started drowning. Divers took him out, and he was rushed to Nemawar Hospital. He was referred to Harda, where he was declared dead, the official added.

Survived by his wife and two kids

He is survived by his wife and two kids, including a four-year-old son and a two-month-old daughter. A large number of local villagers, along with political and official dignitaries, including cabinet minister Prem Singh Patel, former home minister Bala Bachchan, Barwani collector Dr Fating Rahul Haridas, SP Puneet Gehlod, and police officers from Dewas, participated in the funeral procession. 

Cabinet minister, former home minister, collector, and SP shouldered his bier before the last rites of late Rajaram Baskale were performed at the Lohara Ghat on the bank of the Narmada River. Along with this, he was given a salute by the guard of honour.

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