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Priyanka Gandhi Varda asked to vacate government bungalow


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New Delhi: Congress leaders and daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi asked to vacate government allotted accommodation within one month, by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.

“Consequent upon the withdrawal of the SPG protection and Z-plus security by Home Ministry, there is no provision of the allotment or retention of government accommodation on security grounds to you. The allotment of Type 6B house No. 35, Lodi Estate, New Delhi, is hereby cancelled with effect from July 1. One month concessional period on the same rent up to August 1, 2020 is allowed as per rules,” the Deputy Director of Estates GP Sarkar wrote to Vadra in a letter today.

The letter also said failure to vacate the house on or before August 1, 2020, would attract damages and charges and penal rent as per rules.

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