Raghav Chadha Govt Bungalow: AAP MP Raghav Chadha gets relief from court, stay on cancellation of allotment of government bungalow - Newztezz Online

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Raghav Chadha Govt Bungalow: AAP MP Raghav Chadha gets relief from court, stay on cancellation of allotment of government bungalow

The allotment of Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha's government bungalow has been cancelled. He has challenged this decision in the Patiala House Court. For the time being, he has got relief.

Rajya Sabha MP from Aam Aadmi Party, Raghav Chadha, reached Patiala House Court against the decision to cancel the allotment of his government bungalow. He got immediate relief from the court. In fact, Raghav Chadha challenged the decision to cancel the allotment of the government bungalow in the Patiala House Court. He alleged that the BJP government is taking action with a spirit of malice. BJP decided to cancel the allocation of Bengal under the spirit of malice.

The notice to cancel the allotment of Raghav Chadha's bungalow was issued by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat. At present, the Patiala House Court has issued a notice to the Rajya Sabha Secretariat. It has been said in this notice that he should ban his notice. The court has stayed the notice to vacate the bungalow of the AAP MP till the next hearing.

The bungalow that was allotted to Raghav Chadha is located on Pandara Road, whose number is AB5. The Patiala House Court said that the House Committee of the Rajya Sabha Secretariat should not take any action on its order until the next hearing on the matter is held.

What did your MP tell the court?

On June 1, Raghav Chadha filed a reply in the court. In this, he argued that he was legally allotted the bungalow as per the procedure by the Rajya Sabha Speaker. He had moved into the Type 7 bungalow after renovation and the conditions were incorporated in the allotment letter itself. The AAP MP has termed the letter canceling the allotment as arbitrary. The next hearing of the case is to be held on June 10 in the Patiala House Court.

The decision will be challenged in the higher court

At the same time, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat has decided to challenge the decision of the Patiala House Court in the higher court. CM Ramesh, chairman of the Rajya Sabha's housing committee, said that he is not eligible for the house that Raghav Chadha has got. He was supposed to be given Type-V accommodation, but got Type-VII accommodation. Because of this, he was given a notice to vacate the house.

CM Ramesh says that the notice has been banned without going to the housing committee or the Rajya Sabha secretariat. Therefore it has been decided that it will be challenged in the higher court. According to Ramesh, not only Raghav Chadha, but the residence of BJP MP Radha Mohan Das Agarwal has also been changed.

Arbitrarily canceled bungalow

Actually, Raghav Chadha was first allotted a Type-VII bungalow. Type-VII bungalows are usually given to former Union Ministers, Governors or Chief Ministers. However, it was canceled and he was then allotted a Type-VI bungalow. Then the allotment of Type-VI bungalow was also cancelled.

Raghav Chadha has argued that he is entitled to the category of accommodation allotted to him. The MP argued in the petition that the accommodation allotted to him was canceled arbitrarily. This concerned authority canceled the allotment of the house without giving any reason and justification.

What is the whole matter?

Please inform that AAP MP Raghav Chadha has filed a petition in the Patiala House Court against the letter canceling the Type 7 bungalow allotment as an MP. It has been argued in the petition that he could not have been evicted without due process. The cancellation letter is invalid. On April 19, the Patiala House Court passed an order directing that Raghav Chadha would not be evicted without due process of law.

However, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat has filed an application opposing Raghav Chadha's case, arguing that the Court could not have passed the April 19 order without hearing the Secretariat.

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