New Delhi, Mar 11: It seems Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's hunt for a dream home in the national capital has finally come to an end. If all goes well then Kejriwal will be soon shifting in a 5-bedroom bungalow situated at North Delhi's Civil Lines area.
After almost two months, it seems Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's hunt for his dream home in Lutyens' zone has finally come to an end. If all goes well, then the Delhi CM will move into his official five-bedroom residence in north Delhi's Civil Lines area, soon after coming back from Bengaluru.
As per reports, Kejriwal's new residence will be at 6, Flagstaff Road and preparations there are almost complete. Delhi CM is expected to return to Delhi on March 17 from Bengaluru where he's undergoing naturopathy treatment for diabetes.
The Chief Minister had already cleared that he needs a house of minimum 3 to 4 rooms and some open space where he can meet up people of Delhi. Therefore, the CM has reportedly expressed his desire to live in a 3-4 BHK residence with a lawn. But, the government has finally zeroed in on a 5-bedroom bungalow for the Delhi CM.
Kejriwal liked the Tilak Lane bungalow, allotted to him after becoming CM in 2013, but that has been allotted to someone else after former 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. Kejriwal drew huge criticism from opposition political parties as he did not vacate the residence after quitting from power. But he had got the permission extended to reside in the govt flat till July end.
At present he 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.