Bhopal: Giving in to the demands of the family of slain IPS officer Narendra Singh, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday announced to hand over the probe into the killing of the officer to the Central Bureau of Investigation.

In this regard, the state government will write a letter to the Central Government. "We respect the wishes of the family of the IPS officer. His wife and IPS officer Madhurani Teotia wanted a CBI probe. We have decided to write to the Centre in connection with handing over the probe to the CBI", Chouhan told media after the House was adjourned abruptly.

The opposition stalled the proceedings of the House on Tuesday forcing for an adjournment. They have also demanded for a CBI probe into IPS officer's death and illegal mining activities in the state.

"It's perhaps for the first time in Parliamentary and legislative history that the opposition is not allowing debate on an adjournment motion, moved by them. It's unprecedented", Speaker Ishwardas Rohani quipped as the opposition legislators trooped in to the well of the house, raising slogans and pressing for a CBI inquiry.

Narendra Kumar was brutally crushed to death by a tractor allegedly by the 'mining mafia' in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh on March 8.

(JPN/ Bureau)