New Delhi, March 26: Finally, Delhi Chief Minister has moved into his new residence in North Delhi's Civil Lines. On Thursday, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and his family said bye bye to their old home in Kausambi area of Ghaziabad and shifted to a four-bedroom bungalow in Civil Lines.
"Kejriwal and his family moved into his new official residence on 6, Flagstaff Road of North Delhi last evening," said a senior government official close to the CM.
Before shifting to this new place, Kejriwal was living in a flat of Girnar Apartment in Kausambi after he had vacated his old official residence on Tilak Lane which he got during his 49-day earlier stint as Chief Minister.
The house on Flagstaff Road has two lawns, a drawing and dining area and two servant quarters. It is the official residence of the Delhi Assembly Speaker and was earlier occupied by former Speaker Prem Singh of Congress.
Kejriwal had vacated his official residence on Tilak Lane and moved back to his former residence in Kaushambi in July last year.
Kaushambi's flat has been allotted to Kejriwal's wife, Sunita, who is a senior Indian Revenue Service Officer. Recently, the Delhi CM had asked PWD officials to remove all ACs from his newofficial residence.
(With inputs from agency)