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Where is Ajit Singh living after eviction from government bungalow?


Ajit Singh
New Delhi, Oct 21: Where has former union minister Ajit Singh gone? He might have vacated the government bungalow situated at 12, Tughlaq Road, after authorities forced him to evict the building, but no one is aware of the Rashtriya Lok Dal chief's whereabouts as of now.

Some say that the former Meerut MP is living in a South Delhi based Sainik Farm while others are of the view that he and his family are living at a farm house in Bijvasan. Then there are those who are claiming that Singh has moved to Saket area in Meerut district.

Ajit Singh's futile demand for memorial rejected

To refresh your memory, Ajit Singh had sparked controversy last month after he refused to vacate 12, Tughlaq Road government bungalow, allotted to him as an MP, and demanded that the property must be converted into a memorial of his father and former deputy prime minister Chaudhary Charan Singh.

Ajit Singh was of the view that since farmer's leader Charan Singh lived in the bungalow for long, it must be transformed into his memorial. But the strict attitude of authorities, at the instruction of Centre, forced Singh to evict the premises but not before the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) snapped water and electricity connection from the bungalow.

Ajit was very sad while vacating the house as he had lots of memories associated with the house, sources say. Even his son Jayant Singh was born in that bungalow.

Singh silently vacated the government building and didn't let anybody know about where is he heading. However, some of his supporters had requested Sharad Yadav and other leaders where close friends of his late father Charan Singh to adjust Singh in their bungalows, which is commonly practiced. But sadly that didn't work, it seems.

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