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Who will demolish the building of corruption?

The demolition of two combined towers of Noida built by Supertech is a historic event in itself. Even before the orders of the court and according to the governments, many buildings have been demolished in different provinces of India, but the buildings which are taller than Qutub Minar and can accommodate 7000 people, they have to be demolished on the orders of the court of corruption all over India. It’s a bitter lesson. Hundreds of thousands of such illegal buildings have been erected all over India.

By erecting such illegal buildings on the basis of bribes to politicians and officials, middle class customers are caught in their trap. They pay the installments by cutting their stomachs, take loans from banks and deposit the initial amount and later they are told that the flat which has been named in their name will take a long time to get ready. People do not get their flats until after ten years of fixed period.

Not only this, there are many buildings built in Noida, whose flats have been fitted with very substandard materials. These buildings are such that they do not even need to be demolished. They collapse on their own, just like a multi-storey building in Gurgaon collapsed a few days back. These combined towers of Noida have been successfully demolished, but no news of the demolition of the towers on which these towers have been erected has come to light so far.

The list of the names of the leaders and officers who have allowed these illegal constructions to happen is in Uttar Pradesh. should be issued immediately by the Yogi government. Those leaders and officers should be punished immediately. Their family properties should be confiscated. Those in jobs should be sacked. The pension of those who have retired should be stopped.

The courts should immediately send those officers who are found guilty among them. Some politicians and officers should be made to stand at the crossroads and their skin should also be stripped from the hunters so that the hair of future corrupt people should be raised. If Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath can perform this feat, then his image will become that of ‘Mahanayak of India’. The ‘Noida Authority’, which has given permission to build these 30-storey buildings, has been conferred with the title of ‘corrupt organization’ by the Supreme Court.

If the central and the UP government keep silent on this issue, then I would expect my journalist brothers to release the list of all the Chief Ministers, ministers and officials who were during the construction of these non-legal buildings and expose their corruption. Burst it. Instead of scoffing at the courts for years, the fourth pillar of democracy i.e. Khabar Palika needs to be active at this time. Demolition of illegal brick-lime buildings is very commendable, but even more important – demolishing the building of corruption! Who has the guts, who will bring it down?

Shubham Bangwal

Shubham Bangwal is a Senior Journalist at You can follow him on Twitter @sb_0fficial
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