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    Let's know about our socialist leader

    Only a year ago he was the Chief Minister of the most populous state of India. He used to live in a palatial bungalow as the Chief Minister. He lost the election and resigned as Chief Minister. But he did not leave the official bungalow of the Chief Minister. Perhaps he thought the bungalow was his family property.

    But the Supreme Court cracked the whip. The Apex Court ordered that he could not continue occupying the official bungalow. So, he was finally forced to leave the bungalow.

    But wait! How could he leave without creating a storm? He has created a storm. The Estate officials have been stunned to find that he has taken away precious Italian marbles, Turkish tiles, imported glass, false ceilings, very costly fittings, bathroom showers, and what not! The Estate officials reported the matter to the concerned Minister. Ultimately, it has been decided that every item will be indented and proper compensation will be demanded from him.

    Who is this great man? He is none other than the great socialist leader, Shri Akhilesh Yadav.
  • #639111
    Shame on the part of former CM Akhilesh Yadav who stooped to the level of damaging and plucking up everything and every fittings of that official bungalow and thus proved to the day time looter in the eyes of law. As a Chief Minister he was eligible for the house for staying purpose and even has the rights to make it modern, All with tax payers money. When it is the official residence of CM, and on defeating, he must have vacated the place and given the possession to the government with grace. But now when we see the building from birds eye view, it was simply damaged beyond repair. Why such vengeance. Now the Court must ask him to hand over the building as where as as basis when it was handed over to him. Because the so called former CM has damaged the government property made from the tax payers money and every voter has the right to question him.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #639138
    These politicians will not feel shame for such deeds. They earn crores of rupees illegally and keep them under safe custody and they enjoy the public money and facilities as much as they can. Even after that when they are out of power why they can't leave the official facilities. They don't have any ethics and morals. Unfortunately, these are the people ruling the states and wanted to extend their wings to Delhi also. What respect will he command from the general public? All their people around him also will make a lot of money. Now the heights of the issue are the property belonging to Government is taken away by him. Shame to hear and there should be anyone who will support him in future. But Indians will forget anything and everything easily and they will support this kind of people only. I hope good sense will prevail on the voters and see that they will not misuse their vote for electing such kind of people and making them the big people.
    drrao
    always confident

  • #639143
    It is indeed a shameful and disgraceful act on the part of a leader (irrespective of his political affiliations) of his stature. It shows his disrespect for the rules and also lack of concern for public property.

    It is reported that ACs, TVs and some electrical fittings were missing and has presumably been shifted. But, while the fact is that extensive damage has been done to the tiles, marbles, electrical connections, the badminton court and even the swimming pool, I don't think the author is right in pointing out that the tiles, marbles, glasses, false ceiling and bathroom fittings have been taken away. Let us not be party to exaggerations but be fair in our criticism.

    'Don't miss the Donut by looking through the hole'- Anonymous.

  • #639156
    As per the reporting from different news channels nothing remains except the temple structure. There was visuals throughout so we shouldn't have problems with details provided by the author. Even the electronic meters were damaged to its best. I don't know the mentality behind all this but again I wouldn't blame Shri Akhilesh Yadav, but the culprits are all those who voted for him..

  • #639158
    I feel it would not be out of context to mention here, apart from the damaging part, that it is not only the SP leaders who stand affected by the SC order; leaders including Rajnath Singh, Ram Naresh Yadav, Kalyan Singh, Mayavati and N.D.Tiwari also was enjoying the benefits of the order passed by the Akhilesh Yadav government. As is well known, political affiliation is never a hurdle when it comes to privileges for our leaders.
    'Don't miss the Donut by looking through the hole'- Anonymous.

  • #639159
    In response to #639143: "The bungalow had uprooted tiles and portions of false ceiling in the gymnasium that Akhilesh got constructed for exercise. The estate department staff also showed media the cast iron lamp posts in the garden that had been cut from the base and a cemented patch of land in a garden which was said to be a swimming pool. Some sanitary and electrical fittings were also found plucked."

    (Link: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/tiles-fittings-of-akhilesh-yadavs-bungalow-found-uprooted/articleshow/64525933.cms)

    [P.S.: I hope Times of India is a respectable newspaper.]

    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

  • #639180
    Partha, please tell me whether there is any difference between what you quoted from the Times of India at #639159 and your statement in the thread about certain items being taken away. I am sure that taking away is entirely different from causing damage. It would be better if you clear the facts yourself before raising such threads.
    'Don't miss the Donut by looking through the hole'- Anonymous.

  • #639182
    "Even imported decorative and rare plants were taken away by Yadavs to their new Villa in API Ansal City. The swimming pool and floors were dug to take out Turkish tiles and Italian marbles. Many ACs are missing from bedrooms, study room and other places.

    A fitness freak, Yadav had got a new gym constructed at his 4 Vikramaditya Marg residence. The false ceilings and imported glasses were uprooted and there was nothing left behind in the gym."

    (Link:-http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-socialism-20-akhilesh-yadav-accused-of-taking-away-acs-bathroom-fittings-and-italian-marble-from-official-bungalow-2623574)

    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

  • #639189
    #639182, old habits die hard. When you realized that your quote from TOI could not support your allegations, you have, as usual, taken refuge in a site that supports your view. I am off from this thread feeling very sorry about the whole thing.
    'Don't miss the Donut by looking through the hole'- Anonymous.

  • #639192
    Could not support my allegations? What would a person do with uprooted Italian marbles, air conditioners, false ceilings, imported glass, etc. ? Did he uproot these for charity? Some newspapers have written it directly, some indirectly.
    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.


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