Shrikant Tyagi, a self-proclaimed BJP leader, recently hit the headlines for assaulting and abusing a woman on the issue of illegal encroachment in society. Tyagi has been booked by the police under IPC section 354 over a spat with the co-resident, who had objected to him planting trees in the common area of their housing society in Noida.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday sought a detailed report from the state home department on the illegal properties of absconding politician Shrikant Tyagi.
Tyagi, a self-proclaimed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, recently hit the headlines for assaulting and abusing a woman on the issue of illegal encroachment in society.
UP CM #YogiAdityanath seeks a detailed report from ACS Home on #ShrikantTyagi‘s illegal properties; a few cops have also been suspended.@Amir_Haque shares the latest updates. pic.twitter.com/yr0qp17D94
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