The ceiling of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s chamber collapsed. However, no one has been hurt in this. According to sources, this incident has happened in the office that Chief Minister Kejriwal has built in his residence. However, the good thing is that no one has been hurt in this incident.
After this incident of last week, the repair work was started immediately. At the same time, two days after this incident, when the repair was going on, the toilet ceiling of the Chief Minister’s Chamber fell. After this, the work of repairing the toilet also started. Not only this, when the repair of the roof of the toilet started, the brick of the toilet wall also started coming out.
Let us know that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is staying in ‘6 Flag Staff Marg’ located in Civil Lines of Delhi. Sources say that since the Chief Minister has come to stay in this house, which is almost 80 years old, there is always some repair work going on.
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The question is, is the Chief Minister’s residence safe? Sources said that ‘6 Flagstaff Marg (Chief Minister’s residence) was built in 1942. The structure of the Chief Minister’s house is being reviewed after the recent rainy events. A decision will be taken after the assessment report of the officials.
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On falling down the roof of the CM residence, Public Works Department Minister Satyendar Jain said, “I have seen myself, there is a very old building built around 1940. Roof is cracked in it. Some part has also fallen. Safety check Its being done.”