Tyagi, who claims to be a member of BJP’s Kisan Morcha, has been publicly rejected by the party.
UP: Noida authorities demolish illegal construction at Shrikant Tyagi’s mansion
On Monday, with the Minister Yogi Adityanath strict orders against him and seeking a report from the home affairs department, the police said they are starting Gangsters Act proceedings against Tyagi and announced a reward of Rs 25,000 for information on whereabouts his.
Tyagi allegedly encroached on the communal area of the apartment’s backyard with wooden and glass constructions. Part of the lawn was also encroached upon by him. This has led to controversy with residents, who have objected to his planting of palm trees in the common area. A video surfaced last Friday showing Tyagi’s standoff with another resident over the issue. He was charged under Section 354 of the IPC for pushing her.
Bulldozers, accompanied by a squad of police, were working around the society’s D tower at 9 a.m.
The residents demanded that Tyagi be arrested as soon as possible. Colonel Ajit Singh, a resident, said, “Tyagi is not afraid of the law. It is evident in his abusive behavior even knowing that the whole incident was recorded. Something similar. happened in 2019, but he continues to build illegally. We demand his arrest.”