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‘Many memories are attached to this house…’ Rahul Gandhi said on the notice to vacate the bungalow, wrote a letter and said – will execute the order

New Delhi. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi wrote a letter to the Lok Sabha Secretariat on Tuesday, saying that he will follow the details given in the letter of the Secretariat, reserving his rights to vacate his official bungalow after being disqualified from the Lok Sabha. . The Lok Sabha Secretariat has sent a notice to Rahul Gandhi to vacate the government bungalow by April 22 after he was disqualified from the Lok Sabha in the wake of his conviction by a Surat court last week in a criminal defamation case, official sources said. has been told.

Thanking the Secretariat for the letter received on March 27, 2023 regarding vacating the bungalow located at 12 Tughlaq Lane, Rahul Gandhi said, “Being a member of the Lok Sabha for the last four terms, it is the mandate of the people, towards which I am indebted to the pleasant memories of the time spent here. In a letter to the MS branch of the Lok Sabha Secretariat, which sent the notice, Rahul said that he will follow the details given in the secretariat’s letter while protecting his rights.

Following the decision of the House Committee of the Lok Sabha, the secretariat sent a notice to the former Congress president who has been living in the bungalow at 12, Tughlaq Lane since 2005. A Surat court on Thursday convicted the Congress leader and sentenced him to two years imprisonment in a criminal defamation case lodged against him in 2019 for his ‘Modi surname’ remark. In view of the sentencing, he was disqualified from the membership of the Lok Sabha on Friday. A senior official said that a Member of Parliament has to vacate the official residence within one month of his membership ending.

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