New Delhi, July 6: Samajwadi Party spent Rs 9 crore to catch snakes at Janeshwar Mishra Park, park during its rule in Uttar Pradesh, According to sources.
As per the Indian Express report, present Yogi Adityanath’s government has received a recommendation to order the “special audit” on the money incurred to establish the Janeshwar Mishra Park and Jai Prakash Narayan International Centre (JNIPC), and development of the Hussainabad area in Lucknow’s old city. All the three projects were undertaken under the direct supervision of Akhilesh, who headed the Housing department, which carried out these projects.
All the above three projects were undertaken under the direct supervision of Akhilesh then Chief Miniter of Uttar Pradesh as he headed the Housing department, which carried out these projects.
A total amount spent on these projects was just double as it was initially sanctioned.
At Janeshwar Mishra Park, several boats bought for Rs 20 lakh each. Not only this around Rs 14 crore was spent on landscape and horticulture work, and around Rs 9 crore paid for catching snakes.
Similarly, In Hussainabad and areas close to historical monuments were revamped without acquiring a no-objection certificate from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Normal road material was replaced with cobalt stones, and Instead of normal streetlights designer lights were equipped.
The JNIPC, which includes a museum, a guest house, an aquatic block with international-level swimming and diving pools, a convention centre and a sports complex, is yet to be completed.
Following all these projects, Yogi Adityanath government constituted three separate committees to examine these projects separately.