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SC directs Mayawati to reimburse entire money spent on statues to public exchequer


New Delhi | The Supreme Court on Friday directed BSP supremo and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati to reimburse entire money spent on elephants statues to the public exchequer.

Hearing on a petition filed in 2009 seeking direction to restrain her from spending public money on building statues, the top court asked  Sr. Counsel Khanna to convey Mayawati that the former CM has to pay back all the public money spent on statue.

CJI Ranjan Gogoi has listed the matter for next hearing on 2nd April 2019

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