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Yogi government plan to sell ex-UP CM Akhilesh Yadav dream project JP Centre.



In yet another development that is likely to trigger a war of words between the state’s ruling BJP and the Samajwadi Party, it has come to light that the Yogi Adityanath government is mulling plans to sell former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav’s ambitious project JP Centre.

According to reports, the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) has sent a formal proposal to the Yogi government to sell the JP Center. LDA has valued the cost of JP Center project at Rs 1642.83 crore.

The construction of JP Centre began during the previous Samajwadi Party government led by Akhilesh Yadav. The UP government has so far spent Rs 881.36 crore on its construction. Currently, Rs 130.60 crores are needed to complete the project.

The Yogi government had directed the authorities to complete the remaining construction of the project under the budget approved by the erstwhile SP regime. However, the Lucknow Development Authority has expressed its inability to complete the project in the previous budget and sough more funds.

The LDA has now sent a proposal to sell it to the government.

The JP Centre boasts of 5-star facilities, which includes guest housesdormitory, health centers, restaurants, swimming pools and helipads. The JP construction of JP Centre began in 2012 and was nearly completed in 2017.

The guest house at JP Centre has 103 luxury rooms, 7 suites, health centers, restaurants, 7 feet outside hanging swimming pools and helipads. In addition, the Convention Block has a hall of seating capacity of 2000 persons. There is an auditorium of seating capacity of 1000 persons. Apart from these, there are many major seminars.

The JP Centre also includes an Olympic size swimming pool, lawn tennis court, squash court. In addition, 1000 trains have multi-level parking. The JP center is very spectacular.


NCB files charge sheets in drugs case, 33 accused including Rhea Chakraborty




The Narcotics Control Bureau is going to file a charge sheet in the special NDPS court on Friday in the drugs case which came to light during the investigation of the demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The charge sheet contains more than 12 thousand pages, with the names of several paddlers and witnesses. 33 accused including Riya Chakraborty have been made in the charge sheet. His girlfriend Riya Chakraborty and her brother Shouvik Chakraborty, who were his girlfriends in the last days of Sushant, are also accused in the drug case. Both are currently on bail after being in jail for several days.

On June 14 last year, Sushant Singh Rajput’s dead body was found at his Bandra residence. CBI investigation is underway for Sushant’s death. At the same time, the Enforcement Directorate has investigated the allegations of financial misappropriation in Sushant’s accounts. In this sequence, the drug connection was revealed through WhatsApp chats, which was followed by the entry of the Narcotics Control Bureau. NCB arrested Riya Chakraborty, Bhai Shouvik Chakraborty, Dipesh Sawant and Samuel Miranda in this case. However, all have been granted bail. Riya got bail from the Bombay High Court after spending almost a month in jail. Riya is also the headmistress of the Sushant Death case, which is being investigated by the CBI.

NCB director Sameer Wankhede is going to file a charge sheet in the NDPS court. The NCB charge sheet named 33 people, one of whom is Riya. At the same time, the names of 200 witnesses are there. There are more than 12 thousand pages in the charge sheet, while there are around 50 thousand digital pages. Many drug peddlers and other names are also on the charge sheet. The drugs case was filed in August last year. After this, the NCB started a thorough investigation, with the arrest of the drug peddlers, the names of several celebrities were also called, which the NCB called for questioning from time to time. Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Rakul Preet Singh and Sara Ali Khan were interrogated by the NCB. The two were also questioned by the NCB following the arrest of Arjun Rampal and his live-in partner Gabriela Dimitriades’s brother.

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