Friday, September 25, 2020
Home News Reports Akhilesh Yadav threatens officers of taking action against them for making him vacate his...

Akhilesh Yadav threatens officers of taking action against them for making him vacate his bungalow

‘Officials who removed taps from my house will be made to pull chillum’, Akhilesh Yadav threatened officers

Former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav, who has a habit of threatening journalists and bureaucrats for not toeing his line, has yet again issued threats to bureaucrats, who had asked him to vacate his government bungalow following Supreme Court order.

Speaking at ABP News Conclave ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Akhilesh Yadav went on to warn the Uttar Pradesh bureaucrats by indicating that he will make officers subservient to him in the future as they had followed orders of the Supreme Court asking former Chief Ministers of the state to vacate their government bungalow.

“Jin Adhikariyone mere ghar se Tonti nikalwayi, Unhi Adhikariyonse Chilum Nikhalvaunga, (The officers who had removed taps from my home will be made to prepare Chilum for me),” said former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav in a show of his power.

In North India, the term “Chilum Nikhalvaunga” is a term expressed to display their elitism and aristocratic mindset against people who they think are inferior to them and make them do menial jobs at their houses. With Akhilesh Yadav using such deplorable words, he has directly threatened bureaucrats for simply following orders.

- Advertisement -

Akhilesh Yadav also implied that officials had removed taps from his chief ministerial bungalow, but the fact is that he himself is accused by removing valuable items after he was forced to vacate the bungalow after losing power in assembly elections. Photographs of the bungalow that had appeared in media after he left the bungalow showed that ACs, tiles, bathroom and kitchen fittings, gym equipment. electrical fittings etc were missing from the house. He had denied the charges, saying that babus who used to pick up cups and plates were levelling false allegations against him.

The Samajwadi Party leaders, including Akhilesh Yadav, have always sought a feudal relationship with the bureaucracy of the state. In the past, during the tenure of Akhilesh Yadav as Chief Minister of the Uttar Pradesh, there were instances when senior police officers were made to sit at the feet of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav during events. Inspector General Ashutosh Pande was caught up in a controversy when he was seen sitting at the feet of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav during an event at Saifai.

In a similar incident, an IPS officer Ajay Mohan Sharma was publicly seen touching the feet of Samajwadi Party, general secretary, Ram Gopal Yadav indicating that how Samajwadi Party had maintained a “Master-Servant” relationship even with the senior IPS officers in the state.

This is not the first time that Akhilesh Yadav is threatening somebody for carrying out their jobs. At an interview with controversial scribe Ravish Kumar, former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav had admitted that how he once regretted of not killing a journalist who had criticized him.

“I had invited a senior journalist from Delhi to Lucknow. I told him for this much money you compared me with Aurangzeb? I am ready to give you twice the amount, had you told me that you need money. I left him also”. Then he said, “this is the mistake I made, I should have drawn a sword like Aurangzeb and I should have killed that person at that moment,” Akhilesh Yadav had said.

Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav had once appealed to the journalists and offered Rs. 11 lakh to the one who gives the names of the journalists who had taken pictures and videos of his government bungalow.

The Samajwadi Party, which is facing tremendous pressure ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, has tied up with the Mayawati led Bahujan Samajwadi Party to take on the incumbent NDA coalition, which had won 73 seats out of 80 seats from the state.

  Support Us  

Whether NDTV or 'The Wire', they never have to worry about funds. In name of saving democracy, they get money from various sources. We need your support to fight them. Please contribute whatever you can afford

OpIndia Staffhttps://www.opindia.com
Staff reporter at OpIndia

Related Articles

Trending now

Separated from her family, kidnapped, converted to Islam and sold for an Ox: Story of Daphia who finally found her family in India

An old woman in Pakistan who was separated from her family during the partition, was abducted and converted to Islam, has finally united with her family in India over a phone call.

India Today journalists whine about media coverage on Deepika summons by NCB only to tail her car giving live updates from Goa

The leftists claimed that the summon sent to Deepika Padukone was timed to distract the nation from the farmers protest

Parliament sees its most productive session: Here is a summary of all the 25 Bills passed by the Modi government in Lok Sabha

A total of 25 bills were passed during the just concluded monsoon session of the parliament some of which are very significant bills

Amidst rising coronavirus cases in Maharashtra, doctor alleges Shiv Sena leaders have advised self-medication to suspected COVID patients

An e-poster in the name of Shiv Sena leaders has gone viral on social media platforms, under which they are advising the coronavirus patients to take prescriptions suggested by the Shiv Sena leaders.

5 questions about the new Industrial Relations Code and the Occupational Safety, Health and Working Condition Code answered

In the current parliament session, three bills - Code on Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions, Industrial Relations Code and Social Security Code were passed to reform Labour laws.

“Reports say otherwise”: Justice Lalit rejects Sudha Bharadwaj’s bail plea sought on medical grounds

Justice Rastogi rebuked Bharadwaj's lawyer, Vrinda Grover, for calling the medical reports false before the Bombay High Court.

Recently Popular

KWAN representative told me that I need to attend Karan Johar Parties to make a comeback to movies: Suchitra Krishnamoorthi

One of the main things is that you need to be seen at Karan Johar's parties, KWAN representative had told Suchitra Krishnamoorthi

‘Are your breasts real? Can I touch?’ Actress Sherlyn Chopra accuses KWAN talent agency co-founder of sexual misconduct

Bollywood actress Sherlyn Chopra on Tuesday took to Twitter to call out sexual misconduct of KWAN talent agency co-founder Anirban Blah.

Nikhil Dwivedi, filmmaker and director of talent agency owned by Salman Khan, claims latter did not buy stakes in KWAN. Read details

Uniworld Big Talent (UBT) owned by Salman Khan, holds major stakes in Big Bang Media Venture, the holding company which owns KWAN.

Casting director of Rhea Chakraborty’s debut film ‘Jalebi’ among 10 Bollywood personalities to have died in the past few months. Read the details here

A post containing the list of recent deaths of Bollywood celebs and the alleged reasons behind their deaths is being widely shared.

Chief of Chief Minister’s Medical Assistance Cell in Maharashtra breaks down while describing the coronavirus situation in the state

In the video, the chief of medical assistant cell in Maharashtra says that he has lost all hopes and that court is the only ray of hope now

Goa Police arrests actress Poonam Pandey’s husband Sam Ahmed Bombay for assaulting and molesting her

Born and brought up in United Arab Emirates, Sam is an ad-filmmaker and a producer. He had done projects with celebrities like Akshay Kumar, Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone amongst others.

Radicalises Muslim youth, spreads hate: Govt plans to ban Islamist Zakir Naik’s Mobile App through which, banned Peace TV is being broadcast

Central govt is planning to ban radical Islamist preacher Zakir Naik channel Peace TV, his mobile app and YouTube channel for inciting religious hatred.

Separated from her family, kidnapped, converted to Islam and sold for an Ox: Story of Daphia who finally found her family in India

An old woman in Pakistan who was separated from her family during the partition, was abducted and converted to Islam, has finally united with her family in India over a phone call.

India Today reporters chase a car in Goa saying Deepika Padukone is inside it, hours later says the actress is still in hotel

India Today reporters were chasing a wrong car in Goa, believing that Deepika Padukone was travelling in it on the way to the airport.

Delhi Police rebuts fake news by NDTV that Kapil Mishra named as a whistle-blower in Delhi riots case

Delhi police have said that NDTV is trying to peddle its narrative in Delhi riots by airing fake news, saying the channel is creating fiction

‘The situation in electronic media is like Nazi Germany’: Families of Congress leaders file intervention petition in Sudarshan News case

Wives of Congress leaders Rajiv Tyagi and Pawan Khera seeks to 'assist' the Supreme Court in the Sudarshan News case

NCPCR asks AltNews co-founder Pratik Sinha to submit proof to substantiate his claims in Zubair-child harassment case

NCPCR has asked AltNews founder Pratik Sinha to provide proof of claims made in support of colleague Zubair Mohammad in child harassment case

Kashmir High Court lawyer Babar Qadri shot dead by terrorists in Srinagar days after Islamists accused him of working for agencies

Kashmir High Court advocate Babar Qadri was shot dead at point blank range by terrorists in Srinagar on Thursday evening

Joe Biden’s son received millions of dollars from wife of Russian politician, linked to human trafficking and prostitution ring: US Senate report

Senate Committee's report on Hunter Biden alludes his association with Ukrainian and Russian business entities may have affected the US' Ukraine policy during the time Joe Biden was Vice President.

India Today journalists whine about media coverage on Deepika summons by NCB only to tail her car giving live updates from Goa

The leftists claimed that the summon sent to Deepika Padukone was timed to distract the nation from the farmers protest

Chief of Chief Minister’s Medical Assistance Cell in Maharashtra breaks down while describing the coronavirus situation in the state

In the video, the chief of medical assistant cell in Maharashtra says that he has lost all hopes and that court is the only ray of hope now

Connect with us

244,181FansLike
455,295FollowersFollow
16,800SubscribersSubscribe