Noida Twin Tower Demolition: All preparations have been completed for the demolition of Twin Towers at Supertech Emerald Society in Sector 93, Noida. Meanwhile, Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak has made a direct attack on SP in a tweet.
Supertech Twin Tower, a corruption building built in Noida, will be demolished at 2.30 pm on Sunday. Meanwhile, politics has also started on Supertech Twin Tower. State Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak has launched a scathing attack on the Samajwadi Party over the Twin Towers. He has termed the Twin Towers as a living proof of the policy of corruption and anarchy during the SP regime.
Brajesh Pathak tweeted and wrote, Noida’s Supertech Twin Tower is a living proof of Samajwadi Party’s policy of corruption and anarchy. Today, during the reign of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, this illegal building, a symbol of SP’s misdeeds, is getting grounded. This is justice, this is good governance.”
On the other hand, SP spokesperson Anurag Bhadauria, while reversing the attack of Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak, alleged that today the BJP government of UP is completely immersed in corruption. The corrupt people only see corruption everywhere. The government that has fallen in the public eye. When they talk about falling and falling, it sounds ridiculous.
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A year ago, the Supreme Court had given demolition
Actually, the twin towers made of corruption in Noida will be grounded on Sunday. Both the skyscrapers, standing for years, will turn into a pile of rubble in the afternoon. The Twin Towers of Noida, which are included in the 100 largest buildings of the country, are an example of corruption. Not only builders but also government officials were involved in this. Against this, the buyers fought a long battle of 10 years and about 1 crore was spent. After which, first the High Court and then in August 2021, the Supreme Court, terming both the towers as illegal, gave directions for demolition.
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