Hooda's Delhi bungalow deserted in wake of Congress's rout in Haryana

Bhupinder Singh Hooda
New Delhi, Oct 19: There is still time in declaration of final results of Haryana Assembly elections, but silence prevails at Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's bungalow at Pant Marg in New Delhi. This official residence is allotted to his MP son Deepender Hooda.

The bungalow where a lot of hustle-bustle is always noticed, seems to be deserted since Saturday, Oct 18.  People are saying that this time Haryana is all geared up for 'change' as chances of Congress winning in the state are very bleak. And thus, people have stopped going to Hooda's bungalow.

Hooda's bungalow was always surrounded by at least 100-200 people but as per sources, since the Haryana assembly election campaigns, people are least interested to go to his house in the capital.

Hooda use to stay at this bungalow during his visit to Delhi and also use to invite his friends for party at his house. Every year a grand party is held on the occasion of Lohri at his Delhi Bungalow, which is also attended by many prominent journalists.

As per sources, even if Hooda lose in these elections (which seems to be pretty clear as per the latest trends), he will continue to function from this house in the Capital.

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