The state Congress Committee has even sought the Centre's intervention in the matter and its president Kantilal Bhuria met Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on May 30 in this regard.
While Congress wanted to retain the hut (kutia) in which Azad was reportedly born, in its original form, the district administration went ahead with dismantling it on May 26, to pave way for a memorial to be constructed at the site.
In a letter to Chidambaram in this regard, Bhuria stressed that a strong message be convened to the people that Congress always stood for protecting and conserving the honour of great leaders.
Bhuria also informed Chidambaram that local people of Bhabhra observed a day-long bandh on May 29 demanding restoration of the hut in its original form.
"It appears that the move to dismantle Azad's hut was taken at the behest of ruling party leaders who have vested (commercial) interest in the place," Bhuria said.
"By desecrating the memorial of Azad, the ruling BJP has dishonoured the great revolutionary leader," he charged.
"People used to visit the place to pay their respects to Azad, but now with the dismantling of the very 'hut', the people would not be able to connect with it in the same way as they used to before the dismantling of the structure," Bhuria said. (MORE)