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Congress bids Priyanka Gandhi to vacate house – this is frustrated government’s Tuglaki decision

New Delhi: On Wednesday, the main opposition party accused Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra of the government’s order to vacate the Delhi-based government bungalow, saying that the move shows uneasiness of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Party’s chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also said that Priyanka and Congress are not afraid of vacating the house and they will continue to raise the voice of the people of the country and Uttar Pradesh.

‘Modi-Yogi comes down on petty antics’

He claimed in a statement, “Blind hatred and feeling of vengeance is evident from the Congress leadership of BJP and Modi government. Now he and Ochi have come down on antics and tricks. The notice to vacate Priyanka’s house shows the uneasiness of Modiji-Yogiji. ”

Surjewala said, “We are not going to be afraid of the frustrated decisions of the frustrated government. Prime Minister Modi and Yogi Adityanath will not be able to stop Priyanka ji and the Congress’ voice. ”

Congress leader Jitin Prasad said, “The steps taken to divert attention are not going to affect Priyanka Gandhi. She has embarked on a mission to fight the people of Uttar Pradesh and is not going to stop.\

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Priyanka’s residence in 3 Lodhi Estate

On Wednesday, the government asked Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to vacate the bungalow in New Delhi within a month as she is not entitled to get residential facility after the withdrawal of SPG security.

The order issued by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has said that they should vacate the existing housing ’35 Lodhi Estate ‘by August 1 and if they do not do so, they will have to pay rent or compensation as per the rules.

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