For 60 minutes, martyr BSF head constable, Prem Sagar, had a ventilation system, a couch, a cover and saffron towels to cover the table – all out of appreciation for Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who went to them at their home in Tikampar town of UP’s Deoria region. Be that as it may, in under a hour of Adityanath’s takeoff, the area organiser evacuated every one of the things they had put, alleged Sagar’s relatives.
Around 1 pm on Friday, authorities came and installed an AC in our drawing room, set a couch and spread out a cover on the floor. The CM was in our home for 60 minutes and not long after he cleared out, they started destroying the AC and took away everything else,” said Sagar’s son Ishwar Chandra.
While Deoria District Magistrate Sujeet Kumar did not reply to rehashed calls from The Sunday Express, Ramkesh Yadav, Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) of Bhatpar Rani tehsil in Deoria, said authorities of the Public Works Department had brought the AC and different things. He said plans for the CM’s visit had been finished by ADM (Administration) Virendra Kumar Dohrey and Chief Development Officer Rajesh Kumar Tyagi.
While Tyagi did not answer calls his official number, Dohrey said the courses of action were made according to the practice received for “the landing of any VIP”. “On the off chance that a visitor seeks a visit, we need to make plans. We need to deal with the offices that he is acclimated to. In any case, I additionally had another obligation that day thus I was absent all the time amid the CM’s visit. I don’t have data about when the AC and other stuff was expelled from the house,” he said over telephone.
What did the minister said?
– The spokesperson of the UP government and Cabinet Minister Shrikant Sharma stated, ” Yogi Adityanath went to martyr’s home to meet the family, he will examine the slip-ups made by the nearby administrator. Government’s aims are clear, we are with martyrs. Subsequent to getting the data from dainikbhaskar.com, we have requested an inquiry.