Tahlka news Delhi
Lucknow: An appreciating moves turned into yet another shocking apathy when government officials 'installed and removed' the AC, carpet and sofa sets installed at the residence of the slain BSF head constable, Prem Sagar, after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's visit.
According to reports, the UP government officials, made several arrangements, including installing an air conditioner, a sofa set, a carpet, curtains and table covers, were removed with in minutes of CM Adityanath 's departure from the slain BSF jawan's house.
The official made the arrangements in honor of Yogi Adiyanath on Friday to visit Prem Sagar's residence in the Tikampar village of UP's Deora district to show respect the slain BSF jawan.
"Around 1 pm on Friday, official came and installed an AC in our drawing room, placed a sofa and spread out a carpet on the floor. The CM was in our house for about half-an-hour and soon after he left, they bargain dismantling the AC and took away everything else," Sagar's son Ishwar Chandra was quoted as saying.
Also, a days before the visit of CM's visit, dusty roads were cleaned in the village and drains were covered.
Sagar, 45, was one of the two soldiers killed, and their bodies mutilated, in an attack by Pakistan's Border Action Team on May 1.
During the visit, Yogi Adityanath offered a check of Rs 4 lakh and a certificate of a fixed deposit of Rs 2 lakh to Sagar's family members.
He also promised employment to Sagar's children after they complete their education.
The Chief Minister also promised that a memorial as well as a girls college will be established in the village in the memory of the slain trooper. He also promised a road to connecting the village to the main road.
However, question's about the shocking incident were denied by the top Deora district official's, in order to avoid a direct reply.