New Delhi, Feb 23: The Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia have yet not finalised bungalows for themselves and if reports are to believed then they are now looking for houses from the Central pool accommodation.
As per an India Today report, Kejriwal has refused to shift into the bungalow at 33, Shamnath Marg and is eyeing a residence in Lutyens' zone or Central Delhi.
Sources are also saying that Kejriwal don't want to shift to the house alloted for Delhi chief minister at 33, Shamnath Marg as the bungalow has been tagged as 'jinxed' for over a decade.
Not only Kejriwal, even Manish Sisodia is looking for a house in the same zone. As per the Indiatoday report, "Sisodia's demand can only be met by the Union Urban Development Ministry as the bungalow he has demanded for comes under the Central pool. The AB-17 bungalow is a type 7 duplex with a huge drawing-cum-dining hall, sprawling lawns and staff quarters within the premises."
AAP sources said that they are yet to zero-in a house for Arvind Kejriwal. Reports also claim that Kejriwal liked the Tilak Lane bungalow, allotted to him after he became chief minister in 2013. But that residence has been allotted to someone else after Kejriwal vacated it in July, last year.
Kejriwal vacated his 3-bedroom C II/23, Tilak Lane residence, five months after he stepped down as the Delhi chief minister on February 14 this year. He continued living on the government allotted flat as he cited his daughter's examinations in May.
At present Kejriwal is living in his old residence at apartment No 403 in Girnar Tower of Kaushambi near Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh along with his two children, wife and parents.