“Ravi Kishan praises PM Modi’s generosity to Rahul Gandhi regarding bungalow, clarifies it’s not a familial favor.”

Ravi Kishan, a BJP MP, expressed that the decision to reallot Rahul Gandhi’s previous bungalow, 12 Tughlaq Lane, after the stay of his conviction, showcased the magnanimity of Prime Minister Modi. Following the restoration of Rahul Gandhi’s Lok Sabha membership due to the Supreme Court’s suspension of his conviction in the 2019 Modi surname case, he regained possession of the said bungalow. Ravi Kishan’s statement was met with a response from the Congress party, asserting that the MP bungalow in question wasn’t the private property of PM Modi.

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On the day of the reinstatement of his Lok Sabha membership, Rahul Gandhi was granted back his MP accommodation, the 12 Tughlaq Lane bungalow, which he had previously vacated in line with established protocols. Reacting to this development, Rahul Gandhi commented, “Mera ghar pura Hindustan hai (My home is this entire country),” emphasizing the significance of the gesture.

Ravi Kishan lauded Prime Minister Modi’s generosity in allowing Rahul Gandhi to regain possession of the bungalow despite the suspension of his conviction. He highlighted that this action symbolized the compassionate thinking of the BJP government, and he encouraged appreciation for this magnanimous gesture. Ravi Kishan commended Rahul Gandhi for his association with the Congress party and playfully remarked on how the party had evolved, turning it into a proud and confident entity.

Responding to Ravi Kishan’s statements, Congress leader Supriya Shrinate emphasized that the bungalow in question was not owned by PM Modi or part of his familial property. Instead, she reiterated that it was secured through the support of the public’s votes, underlining the democratic process by which such accommodations are allocated.

After vacating the official bungalow at 12 Tughlaq Lane, where Rahul Gandhi had resided since his first term as an MP in 2004, he temporarily stayed with his mother, Sonia Gandhi, at 10 Janpath while searching for an alternative residence. Reports suggested that he was considering moving to B2 Nizamuddin East, potentially as a tenant, a location that was previously occupied by former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit. This period marked a transition for Rahul Gandhi as he adjusted his living arrangements following the restoration of his Lok Sabha membership.

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