After the collapse of the twin towers of Noida, now the demand for audit of illegal towers of Mumbai also arose
After the demolition of the Twin Towers of Supertech in Noida, Uttar Pradesh on the orders of the Supreme Court, there has been a demand to take action against the illegal towers of Mumbai in Maharashtra by auditing them.
After the demolition of the Twin Towers of Supertech in Noida, Uttar Pradesh on the orders of the Supreme Court, there has been a demand to take action against the illegal towers of Mumbai in Maharashtra by auditing them. BJP leader and former MP Kirit Somaiya has written a letter to Chief Minister Eknath Shinde demanding an audit of illegal skyscrapers in Mumbai.
In a letter to CM Eknath Shinde, BJP leader Kirit Somaiya said that due to the long-running corruption in the Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), many illegal skyscrapers like Twin Towers of Supertech have come up in Mumbai due to the nexus of officials and builders. . All such buildings in Mumbai also need to be audited and acted upon within the purview of the Supreme Court's decision in the context of Supertech.
By demolishing the Supertech Twin Towers of Noida on the orders of the Supreme Court, the Yogi government has worked as the last nail in the coffin of corruption. The Yogi government has not only hit hard on this well-known act during the SP regime, but has also given a message that it can take the toughest steps to implement the policy of zero tolerance against corruption. In the SP regime, the government has also hammered hard on the plans of the corrupt, while grounding the Twin Towers, which were built on the foundation of corruption by the alliance of power-protected builders and officials, on the directions of the Supreme Court, the echo of which will be heard for a long time.