Tweeting from their official Twitter handle today, Samajwadi Party expressed displeasure over the colour of tiles used in public toilets at Gorakhpur Railway Hospital. The tweet had pictures of the the Railway Hospital toilets in which the colours of the tiles used were red and green which are the colours used in the flag of the party.
दूषित सोच रखने वाले सत्ताधीशों द्वारा राजनीतिक द्वेष के चलते गोरखपुर रेलवे अस्पताल में शौचालय की दीवारों को सपा के रंग में रंगना लोकतंत्र को कलंकित करने वाली शर्मनाक घटना!— Samajwadi Party (@samajwadiparty) October 29, 2020
एक प्रमुख राजनीतिक पार्टी के ध्वज के रंगो का अपमान घोर निंदनीय।
संज्ञान ले हो कार्रवाई, तत्काल बदला जाए रंग। pic.twitter.com/AE28tJ8Wvo
Samajwadi Party alleged that the government had deliberately used the colours on the tiles for toilet for disrespecting the party. “It is a very shameful incident in a democracy that the ill-willed ruling party has used the colours of Samajwadi Party flag on the walls of the toilets out of political malice. The disrespect of the colours of the flag of a major political party is highly condemnable. Congnisance should be take immediately and the colours should be changed,” the tweet read.
स्वच्छ भारत अभियान के अंतर्गत गोरखपुर रेलवे हॉस्पिटल के टॉयलेट में लगे यह टाइल्स वर्षो पुराने हैं।— North Eastern Railway (@nerailwaygkp) October 29, 2020
इन टाइल्स को लगाने का उद्देश्य बेहतर साफ सफाई सुनिश्चित करना है। इसका किसी भी राजनीतिक दल से कोई भी सम्बन्ध नही है।
आइये साथ मिलकर स्वच्छ भारत मिशन में सहयोग करें।
Responding to Samajwadi Party’s tweet, the North Eastern Railway clarified that the tiles had no connection with any political party and that they were fixed in the toilets years ago under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to ensure cleanliness in the toilets. The organisation urged Samajwadi party to cooperate in maintaining cleanliness.
Akhilesh Yadav was accused of breaking tiles of government bungalow after he was asked to vacate it
Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav was accused of damaging the the government house he was living after he was as asked to vacate it following the Supreme Court order requiring former Chief Ministers to vacate the government residences allotted to them. Yadav reportedly broke the gym he had built in his government house, removed the plants, mirrors and marble tiles in the house and even the tiles in the swimming pool before shifting to a new villa worth crores. As per reports, he had even removed bathroom fittings from the government bungalow.
Yadav had later appealed to the journalists and offered Rs. 11 lakh for giving the names of the journalists who had taken pictures and videos of the damage he ad done in the government accommodation.