New Delhi, Nov 25: The Delhi High Court on Friday reserved the orders on a plea filed by Omar Abdullah's estranged wife Payal Abdullah in which she had sought government accommodation.
In the plea she had sought government accomodation for herself and her sons on the ground that they enjoyed Z and Z plus security.
Payal filed the appeal before a division bench after a single judge had ordered her on August 19 to vacate the 7 Akbar Road bungalow in New Delhi that she was residing in.
According to reports, she had claimed that she and her sons were living in a rented flat which is not appropriate on security grounds. She had stated that the government should provide her and her sons with accommodation on parity with others who enjoyed similar security status.
Her claims of being a central government protectee was, however, disputed by the MHA. "Delhi Police will take care of the security personnel who will be deployed at the residence where she will move," the MHA counsel had said.
The type 8 house built over two acres of land,belongs to Jammu and Kashmir government. Omar and Payal were occupying the house since 1999. After Omar was out of office, the resident commissioner asked Payal to vacate the house.
As per reports, the house now belongs to the current Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.