Jaipur: After creating a storm in the political corridors of Rajasthan, the Bhanwari Devi kidnapping case has yet again shot in the limelight, but for a different reason this time.

The hi-profile unsolved case of auxiliary nurse Bhanwari has found a place in all the current affairs and General Knowledge books.

Several publications have cited the entire abduction episode and the development in CBI probe in their annual issue of current affairs books.

These books are mainly read by students preparing for competitive examinations. Some of these books even carry the picture of Bhanwari Devi on the cover page.

The column illustrating Bhanwari episode cited “The nurse went missing in September this year and remained untraceable since then. Moreover, a Minster was sacked for playing an active role in her abduction.”

The controversial case of Rajasthan has also become the hot topic of exchange in SMSs and MMSs across the country.

The ironic SMS texts involving Bhanwari, prime suspect Mahipal Maderna and Malkhan Singh are being circulated like a hot cake across the nation. Moreover, the MMS clip featuring Maderna and Bhanwari in a compromising position has also emerged as the popular content for circulation.

Meanwhile, even if the health report released by All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) on Thursday declared him in perfect health condition but his new complain of uneasiness on Friday can give him a chance to evade the CBI inquiry and possible arrest further.

Sources said that the Minister complained the doctors of uneasiness in discharging urine on Friday.
The MDM hospital had to prepare final report on Friday following the AIIMS report so as to take decision about his discharge. But his recent health complaint has left the CBI in a piquant position.

JPN/Bureau