New Delhi, Feb. 5: In an embarrassment to Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the Supreme Court on Friday rejected his plea against the Delhi High Court order asking him to vacate the government bungalow.
The apex court asked him to maintain some dignity andvacate the government bungalow. The Congress leader had moved the apex court to continue the possession of the bungalow. The Delhi High Court had earlier on Wednesday refused to stay the eviction of the Congress MP from his bungalow in New Moti Bagh here. (ALSO READ: Supreme Court to hear Maharashtra Government’s plea against Salman Khan today)
Chowdhury had moved the High Court against the February 1 order dismissing his plea against the eviction, following which the concerned authorities had disconnected water and power supply to his ministerial bungalow at 14, New Moti Bagh, even as they started eviction proceedings against him.