AAP Says “Illegal Constructions” At Delhi BJP Chief’s Home. Then A Demand
Alleging that specified parts of Delhi BJP main Adesh Gupta’s home and workplace are “unlawful”, the AAP on Friday demanded the civic overall body to demolish those people “unauthorised constructions” by 11 am on Saturday, failing which, he explained, his get together will get them razed making use of bulldozers.
Addressing a press convention, senior AAP leader Durgesh Pathak said a part of the media recently noted about the unauthorised constructions at Gupta’s residence.
He alleged that the Delhi BJP president’s “political office environment” in West Patel Nagar, too, was an “unlawful building” as it was an encroachment on the land of a civic overall body-run main college.
Mr Pathak stated his get together had earlier composed to the mayor and commissioner of the civic overall body worried demanding a probe into the alleged unauthorised constructions at Gupta’s residence and place of work, but no action was taken.
“This are unable to be performed any longer. I demand from customers the BJP-dominated MCD that the unauthorised constructions at Gupta’s home and his unlawful political workplace be demolished tomorrow by 11 am,” Mr Pathak stated.
“Else, we will go to his residence using bulldozers and deliver down the unauthorised constructions there. We will also acquire action in opposition to his unlawful business,” he added.