Ex CM to pay 10 lakhs for damaging bungalow


Chief Minister of a state is often granted a luxurious house to live in during their tenure in office. However the lure of free residence is so strong that the ministers reject to vacate the bungalow even after they step down from the cabinet. Here is another example for that. The Supreme Court had to step in to order Ex Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Akhilesh Yadav to vacate the official residence. The government’s committee has also found that severe damages worth at least 10 lakhs were done to the residence allotted to him.  UP government is getting prepared to charge the amount from Akhilesh. However Akhilesh claims that the government is trying to tarnish his image with petty issues and divert the concentration of public.