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Delhi High Court Dismisses Plea Challenging Eviction of Chirag Paswan from Govt. Bungalow, Adv Rajat Wadhwa Asks For Four Months To Vacate

Lawstreet Journal 2 Apr 2022 12:27am

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Delhi High Court Dismisses Plea Challenging Eviction of Chirag Paswan from Govt. Bungalow, Adv Rajat Wadhwa Asks For Four Months To Vacate

Delhi High Court on 31st March’2022, dismissed the plea challenging the eviction of Lok Sabha MP from Jamui in Bihar and Lok Janshakti (LJP) President Chirag Paswan from a government bungalow, at 12 Janpath, Delhi. 

Advocate Rajat Wadhwa represented the petitioner and Additional Solicitor General appeared for the Centre. 

ASG Chetan Sharma, on behalf of the Centre, said, that the eviction process has already begun and a notice for the same had been furnished to the Occupants in 2020 itself. 

"It is done. Very few household items are left. We have commenced. It is almost done, finalised. Five trucks have left," said Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma.

The Delhi High Court on Thursday refused to interfere in the eviction process that had already duly begun. The said bungalow had been allotted to Ram Vilas Paswan, late father of Chirag Paswan. Dismissing the petition by Chirag Paswan’s mother, Reena Paswan, through Advocate Rajat Wadhwa, Justice Yashwant Varma observed that passing of any contrary orders at this stage shall stall the entire process.

The petitioner's counsel, Advocate Rajat Wadhwa, in the recent hearing, had asked for four months duration from the court, for the petitioner to vacate the premises in Janpath, attributing practical difficulties in the process involved. Advocate Rajat Wadhwa had highlighted that several persons who had been residing there needed to be relocated.

The judge noted that the process was initiated in 2020 and the parties were given notice of the same. "Move out sir. The process has commenced."… Continue Reading...


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