Retired General VK Singh, Union Minister, has raised concerns in a letter addressed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, alleging that he is being systematically excluded from foundation stone-laying ceremonies and omitted from plaques acknowledging development initiatives in his constituency. In the letter, Singh, who represents Ghaziabad in the Lok Sabha, asserts that despite his significant role in securing developmental projects for his constituency, he is being sidelined in these events.
- Union Minister VK Singh Expresses Grievance Over Exclusion from Development Events
The Ghaziabad District Magistrate has taken cognizance of the complaint and has initiated an inquiry into the matter. The authorities have been directed to provide a comprehensive explanation for the alleged exclusion of the Union Minister from ceremonies and plaques associated with developmental activities. The incident raises questions about political dynamics within the state and potential conflicts within the ruling party. It remains to be seen how the inquiry unfolds and whether it sheds light on any internal disputes or oversights in the planning and execution of development initiatives in Ghaziabad.