Uttar Pradesh former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s government bungalow was in light because of the investigation, now, the State Property Department has submitted its reports to the state government. The reports have been sent to the CM office.
The reports consist of 266 pages in which it has mentioned about the estimated subversion in the government bungalow, which was given to Akhilesh Yadav at Vikramaditya Marg. Construction Department’s Engineer team has found during the investigation found that several parts of the bungalow were destroyed. According to the PWD sources, there was about Rs 10 Lakh of subversion had been done with the bungalow.
After the order given by Supreme Court, all the bungalow of former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav were evacuated. On 8 June, Akhilesh Yadav has handed over the keys of his bungalows to the State Property Department.
After the bungalow was handed over to the State Property Department, the 4-Vikramaditya Marg bungalow was evaluated and it was found that tiles and some taps have been missed.
However, the demolition at bungalow had already become the big political issue. After this issue, the government had also made a committee which was headed by the Engineer (Building) of the Public Works Department. Therefore, the Committee has finally submitted its report on Wednesday after doing the complete investigation. In the report, it has been found that many places in bungalow including tiles, sanitary ware has been demolished by the UP former CM.
However, Government is currently studying the report. After this, the government likely to send the recovery notice to Akhilesh Yadav. After becoming the political issue, the Samajwadi Party has issued the statement that Yogi government has itself demolished the property for getting defeated in by-elections.