Tiles bearing PM Modi, Shivraj Chouhan pics moved out of PMAY homes

INDORE: Tiles embossed with footage of PM Narendra Modi and Madhya Pradesh leader minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan are being got rid of from PM Awas Yojana (PMAY) houses in Jhabua's Petlawad space after Congress objected to them.


On September 19, the state govt had informed the MP top court docket that those tiles would now not be installed in any PMAY dwelling. The HC had then ordered that the tiles be got rid of within three months.


According to govt officials, 234 PMAY houses had been built in Petlawad and every had a 45cm x 60cm tile, bearing the slogan 'Sabka Apna Ghar Ho Apna' and footage of the PM and CM, at the doorway. A equivalent tile was installed in the kitchen. Local our bodies had been directed in April to install them in each and every dwelling. But with remaining month's court docket order, the method in their removal began. And then the style code got here into power.


Congress employees complained to the Election Commission that the tiles had been a contravention of the code, leading the collector to have them got rid of on priority foundation. "We have taken action according to the mandate of the model code of conduct," Jhabua collector Ashish Saxena said. Some house-owners have additionally pasted newspapers over the tiles to cover them.
Tiles bearing PM Modi, Shivraj Chouhan pics moved out of PMAY homes Tiles bearing PM Modi, Shivraj Chouhan pics moved out of PMAY homes Reviewed by kailash soni on October 12, 2018 Rating: 5
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