Arvind Kejriwal shifted back to his old house at Kaushambi in Ghaziabad

By on July 30, 2014

Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal and his family on Tuesday vacated the Tilak Lane government accommodation and shifted back to his old house at Kaushambi in Ghaziabad. The belongings of the family were shifted to Kaushambi by the evening.

The flat in Girnar Apartment, Kaushambi has been allotted to his wife Sunita, who is senior Indian Revenue Service Officer.

Arvind Kejriwal has continued to stay in Tilak Lane after resigning from the post of Delhi Chief Minister. Delhi government had earlier issued a notice to Kejriwal asking him to pay a monthly rent of Rs 85,000 for the flat at C-II/23, Tilak Lane, in Central Delhi.

Kejriwal had sought an extension of stay in the house until his daughter’s Class XII examinations got over. Now that his daughter has finished with her higher secondary and Indian Institute of Technology or IIT entrance exams, the Kejriwals have decided to move out.

According to sources, AAP would retain the Hanuman Road office in Central Delhi, which will be served as an office-cum-residence for several AAP volunteers and leaders.

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