Rahul Gandhi Vacate House: Where did Rahul Gandhi go after vacating the government bungalow, the goods were sent here…

Rahul Gandhi vacate House: Congress leader and former MP Rahul Gandhi has vacated his official residence. On Friday (April 14), their belongings were taken out of the residence by being loaded in a truck and taken to the new place. On March 23, the court of Surat sentenced him to two years for the statement containing the Modi surname. After this, Rahul Gandhi was disqualified from the membership of the Parliament. After this, the House Committee had asked the Congress leader to vacate the government bungalow allotted to him as an MP.

Complying with the order, Rahul Gandhi has vacated the bungalow and shifted to his new address with his mother and Congress MP Sonia Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi was allotted the bungalow at 12 Tughlaq Lane. . Rahul Gandhi vacated this bungalow on Friday. A truck carrying goods was seen leaving the bungalow. Now Rahul Gandhi will live in his mother Sonia Gandhi’s residence at 10 Janpath.

When was the notice received?

On March 24, the day after the sentence was pronounced, Rahul Gandhi was disqualified for membership of the Parliament. After this, on March 27, the House Committee gave notice to Rahul Gandhi and asked him to vacate the official residence within a month. On this, he had written a letter to the Lok Sabha Secretary saying that he has been an elected member of the Lok Sabha for the last four times. Because of this, a very good time was spent here. I have very good memories about this. I will follow whatever you said. After receiving the notice to Rahul Gandhi, many Congress leaders had offered him their houses. A woman from Delhi had given her house in the name of Rahul Gandhi. 

Rahul shouts in Wayanad

Rahul Gandhi was elected MP from Wayanad in Kerala in 2019. After becoming an MP, he reached Wayanad for the first time on Wednesday (April 12) where he attacked the Modi government. While addressing the public meeting, Rahul had said that seize my house 50 times, but I will keep raising the issues of the public. No matter how much you try to scare people, I will still fight for them. We are not afraid of any threats. 

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