Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who was disqualified as MP after a conviction in a defamation case, moved out all his belongings from his official residence on Friday, with sources saying he will hand over the 12, Tughlaq Lane bungalow to the Lok Sabha secretariat today.
After being found guilty and handed a two-year prison sentence by a Surat court in Gujarat for his “Modi surname” remark, the former president of the Congress was asked to leave the premises by April 22. This resulted in his disqualification.
On April 14, the former Congress leader moved his office and a few personal items from the house to his mother Sonia Gandhi’s official residence.
According to sources, Gandhi removed his final belongings from the home assigned to him as an MP on Friday evening. His belongings were being transported outside the building by a truck.
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