Chirag is even more pessimistic: the government asks the troubled deputy to vacate his late father bungalow

The Federal Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs issued a notice to Lok Sabha MP Chirag Paswan, asking him to leave the government residence of his late father Ram Vilas Paswan in the capital. The bungalows in Lutyens Delhi are mainly owned by the center and allocated to trade union ministers, parliamentarians, bureaucrats, judges, armed forces officials, etc. According to sources, the last notice of the Janpath 12 residence was sent to Chirag on July 14. They also stated that this may be the second or third such reminder. Since the reorganization of the trade union cabinet last month, many new ministers have been sworn in and qualified for bungalows.