After Withdrawal of SPG Security, Priyanka Gandhi Now Asked To Vacate Govt Bungalow
GUWAHATI: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has received a government notice to vacate her bungalow in Lodhi Estate of New Delhi which was allotted to her in 1997, by August 1 as her allotment stands cancelled from today.
The Congress Party leader had owed Rs. 3.46 lakhs of dues and she paid all her dues online after receiving the notice.
Priyanka Gandhi was expecting this decision, especially after the withdrawal of her Special Protection Group (SPG) Security.
The notice from Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs also stated that she must exit the government bungalow as she no longer has the SPG Security.
It is said that the Congress leader was reluctant on moving into the Bungalow but couldn't move to Sainik Farms after her marriage with Robert Vadra.
She was left with no choice but to move into the government bungalow because of the SPG Security.