The UP Public Works Department and the State Property Department have completed the investigation of the losses made by the state’s former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav while vacating the government bungalow. The notice can be sent to him for the compensation.
In connection with the previous government bungalow of former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav, the Public Works Department and the State Property Department have prepared their report. According to this report, Akhilesh Yadav had caused damages worth 5 lakh 84 thousand rupees while vacating the bungalow.
This inquiry report prepared by the Public Works Department has a total of 266 pages in which details of construction work done in the bungalow have been given. In this, all types of expenses made by Akhilesh have been recorded. According to the report, 5 crore 57 lakh and 86 thousand rupees have been spent by the government departments on construction, beautification and repair of the bungalow.
According to the report, the state property and construction department spent lakhs of rupees on various works, including allot quarters, guest planets, receptions, pathways in the bungalow. At the same time, according to the report, the loss incurred during Akhilesh Yadav’s vacating the bungalow is worth about Rs. 5 lakh 84 thousand rupees.
In the damaged things, the main residential building floor, the paint in the guest house, plaster, wall and sanitary fittings, safety guards rooms and other things were included. According to sources, the State Property Department can send a notice to the former Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav, to compensate the losses.