Rajya Sabha MP Kapil Sibal on Tuesday took a swipe at the government over Congress leader Rahul Gandhi being asked to vacate his official bungalow, calling it “petty politics of petty men”.
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Gandhi was on Monday asked to vacate the government bungalow allotted to him by April 22 following hisdisqualification as a memberof Lok Sabha after his conviction in a defamation caselast week.
The Housing Committee of the Lok Sabha took the decision following which the secretariat of the House wrote to the former Congress president, a Z-plus protectee who has been living in the 12, Tughlaq Lane bungalow since 2005.
Rahul asked to vacate bungalow
Their conscience has gone on a vacation
Of petty men
— Kapil Sibal (@KapilSibal) March 28, 2023
Reacting to the development, Sibal tweeted, “Rahul asked to vacate bungalow. Their conscience has gone on a vacation. Petty politics of petty men.” Sibal, who was a Union minister during the UPA 1 and 2 regimes, quit the Congressin May last year and was elected to the Rajya Sabha as an independent member with the Samajwadi Party’s support.Also ReadNarendra Modi Independence Day Speech Live Updates: India now identified ...Govt SOP for Judges: Do not name officials for court panelsShivaji statue vandalised in Goa, police initiate inquiry‘Will return to Red Fort next year’: In Independence Day speech, PM Modi ...
Sibal recently floated a non-electoral platform ‘Insaaf’aimed at fighting the alleged injustice prevailing in the country.