Bulldozer at BJP leader Shrikant Tyagi's house. Noida Grand Omaxe Society

Publish Date: 08 Aug, 2022 |

Bulldozer took action on Monday morning at the Grand Omaxe Society of Sector 93B, Noida. It is believed that action has been taken against BJP leader Shrikant Tyagi. The team of Noida Authority had also reached there. Action has been taken on illegal construction in Shrikant Tyagi's residence. 

Action is being taken to demolish the illegal construction done by Shrikant in the common area and parking. Some people of Noida Authority had also started vandalizing there with shovels and hammers.

Case registered against Shrikant Tyagi

Noida Police has registered a case against Shrikant Tyagi under Gangster Act. Shrikant Tyagi is accused of abusing the woman. There was an argument between the two over illegal occupation in the Grand Omaxe Society, the video of which went viral on social media. However, the police have not succeeded in nabbing the accused Shrikant Tyagi. He is still absconding.

The people of the society were seen celebrating after the demolition of the legal construction of Shrikant Tyagi in Grand Omaxe City of Noida. A resident of the society said, "We are happy with this action of the CM and CEO of Noida Authority. We were angry with their illegal construction and attitude."

Reward announced for Shrikant Tyagi

Noida Police has announced a reward of Rs 25,000 to anyone who gives information about Shrikant Tyagi. Giving information about this, Gautam Buddha Nagar police said, "A reward of Rs 25,000 has been announced by the Commissionerate Gautam Buddh Nagar Police on the arrest of accused Shrikant Tyagi, named at Police Station Phase-2 of Commissionerate Gautam Budh Nagar." 


According to the information received there, his last location is being told in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. According to sources, his mobile was switched off-on more than a dozen times. 


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