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Housing Committee Asks Rahul Gandhi To Vacate Government Residence After Disqualification

Rahul Gandhi of the Congress has been ordered to leave his bungalow on Tughlaq Lane, which he has lived in since 2005. He received the eviction notification from the Lok Sabha housing panel two days after being barred from the legislature due to the two-year prison sentence he received in a defamation case from a Gujarat court. Congress claims that Mr. Gandhi will appeal the Gujarat court’s ruling, but Mr. Gandhi’s team claims they have not gotten the notice. He has thirty days to submit an appeal.

Dr. Naseer Hussain, a Congress MP and the party’s national spokesperson, said that the BJP’s actions were predictable because it is engaged in a witch chase. To silence dissenting views, they employ a variety of strategies. This is nothing new, but they have successfully removed one of our key leaders from the legislature through dishonest methods,” he said.

Although sources noted that Mr. Gandhi is eligible to government-provided housing as a recipient of “Z-Plus” security, the eviction may only be a formality.

“One must realise that he is a unique protectee. He will need some time before he can locate his lodging. Only after he acts will we know whether he will write to them or not, or what will happen,” said Dr. Hussain.

Dr. Hussain continued, underscoring that he would prefer not to “name names,” “Every MP is given a time frame, especially those are close to the ruling dispensation… from that party… they got three months, four months, or six months’ time.”

Mr Gandhi has been given time till April 23 to vacate the 12 Tughlaq Lane bungalow.

The BJP has accused the Congress of using “melodrama” in response to its accusations of “vindictiveness.”

“You are aware of the bounds of propriety and what is appropriate in the judicial and political systems. Rahul Gandhi has been found guilty by a judge. When referring to Mr. Gandhi’s disqualification, Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri said, “Then there are automatic procedures.”

He continued, “You know the contribution of people like Savarkarji? “, taking a shot at Mr. Gandhi for saying, “I’m not Savarkar.” You are hiring an ass to manage a horse race, as I previously stated.

In a four-year-old criminal defamation case involving his comments on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s last name, Mr. Gandhi was convicted guilty last week and given a two-year prison term. The Gujarat judge released him on bail and gave him 30 days to appeal. He was officially removed from the Lok Sabha on Friday.

According to reports, Mr. Gandhi had said, “How come all thieves have the common surname Modi?” during the general election campaign of 2019. Shortly after, BJP MLA and former Gujarat minister Purnesh Modi filed a police report.

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