The opulence at the place of killed BSF head constable Prem Sagar was brief. The relatives were perplexed when the Deoria area organization introduced a window airconditioner, set up a couch and cover at their home in front of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s visit this Friday.
Indeed, even a more noteworthy stun hit them when every one of these trappings of abundance vanished with Adityanath’s takeoff.
Sagar’s family members said they were taken aback when the authorities removed the air conditioner, sofa and carpet soon after the chief minister left their place.
“Officials took away the carpet, sofa and AC soon after Adityanath left our residence….within 15 to 30 minutes of his departure, everything was gone,” Dayasagar, the brother of the fallen BSF trooper said. There was, however, no official word on it.
The Deoria administration had installed air conditioners, put up new curtains, sofas and carpets in the living room where the chief minister was to meet the family. A day before CM’s visit, dusty roads in the village were cleaned and drains which always used to remain open were covered.
Adityanath visited Sagar’s family on 12 May at his native village Tikampaar to offer condolences and presented a cheque for Rs 4 lakh. He also reportedly promised employment to Sagar’s children after they complete their studies.
The chief minister said a shaheed smarak (martyr’s memorial) and a girls inter college will be set up in the village in the memory of the slain trooper. He also promised a road to connect the village to the main road. With PTI Inputs