Rahul Gandhi during the press conference.
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has issued a statement on snatching the bungalow after leaving the parliament. In a letter sent to the Lok Sabha Secretariat, Rahul said, “I have happy memories of the time spent here as a member of the Lok Sabha for the last four terms, while fulfilling my duty to the public. Without prejudice to my rights, I am writing to your I will follow what is written.”
Got time till April 22 to vacate the house
Significantly, Rahul will have to vacate the bungalow allotted by the government after being disqualified from the Lok Sabha. Now the Lok Sabha Housing Committee has also given him a notice in this regard. In the notice, Rahul has been asked to vacate the government bungalow at 12 Tughlaq Road. He has been given permission till April 22 for this.
MP went on 24 March
Earlier, the Lok Sabha membership of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was canceled on last Friday i.e. March 24. A notification in this regard was issued by the Lok Sabha Secretariat. Rahul was on Thursday sentenced to two years in jail by a Surat court in a defamation case related to the Modi surname. Responding to this, he wrote on Twitter, ‘I am fighting for the voice of India. I am ready to pay any cost.