A Person Advertised On Olx To Sell Statue Of Unity For Rs30,000 Crores:-
An FIR has been lodged by the Kevadia police of Narmada district against a person advertising online to sell the Statue of Unity. In this advertisement given on the OLX website, the price of the statue was 30 thousand crores. The advertisement said that the government’s expenditure on hospitals and its facilities engaged in treating the corona will be compensated by selling the statue.
The Statue of Unity is the memorial of Sardar Patel. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2018. It has a height of 182 meters and is the largest statue in the world. Till now millions of people have reached here to see this statue from all over the world.
The Advertisement Was Posted On Saturday:-
According to officials of Kevadia Police Station, an advertisement was given by an unknown person on Saturday. After the news was published in the newspaper, the officials who supervised the memorial came to know about this and contacted the police, after which action was taken. A case has been registered against the advertiser under the IPC Fraud, Epidemic Law and IT Act.
The Advertiser Was Not Authorized To Sell The Government’s Property:-
According to Inspector PT Chaudhary of Kevadia police station, it was removed from the website soon after posting the advertisement. The chief administrator of the Statue of Unity stated that the person giving the advertisement was not authorized to sell the government’s property. Despite this, he misleads the people by giving this advertisement and defamed the government. This advertisement has hurt the sentiments of crores of people, who consider Sardar Patel as their inspiration.