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Chirag Paswan was also shocked by the Delhi High Court, the work of vacating the government bungalow will not stop

new Delhi:The Delhi High Court has refused to interfere in the eviction of Lok Sabha MP Chirag Paswan from the bungalow allotted to his late father Ram Vilas Paswan. Justice Yashwant Verma while dismissing the petition filed by Chirag’s mother Reena Paswan said that he will not stop the process which has already started at this stage.

The counsel for the petitioner sought four months’ time from the court to vacate the bungalow at Janpath in the heart of the national capital, citing practical difficulties. He told the court that at present there are hundreds of people living there. To this, Justice Verma said, “This is not your party headquarters.”

He said the process had started in 2020 and notices were also issued to the parties concerned. The court told the counsel for the petitioner, ‘Get out sir. The process has already started. Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma told the court that the process of vacating the bungalow has started and notices were given to the people living there in 2020 itself. He said, ‘The process has started. Very few household items left. Five trucks have left.

The Central Government on Wednesday sent a team to evict the Lok Sabha MP from the Janpath bungalow. After the death of former Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan, this bungalow has become the official address of Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), which has split into two factions due to differences between Chirag Paswan and his uncle Pashupati Kumar Paras. This bungalow was regularly being used for organizing party organizational meetings and other related events.


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