Ex-Minister Vacates Delhi Bungalow After 22 Years


Sharad Yadav mentioned that he’s now shifting to Chhatarpur.

New Delhi:

Former Union Minister Sharad Yadav on Tuesday vacated the 7 Tuglaq Highway Bungalow after spending 22 years there as Union Minister and Member of Parliament, representing each houses- Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

After vacating the residence, Sharad Yadav informed ANI that it’s a matter of time.

“Time comes and goes; I’ve been within the Lutyens’ zone for 50 years. I’ve been at 7 Tuglaq highway for 22 years. Time retains altering,” he mentioned.

Mr Yadav says that he’s now shifting to Chhatarpur.

When requested about RJD not giving him a Rajya Sabha ticket, regardless of promising, Mr Yadav mentioned that it’s best to go away the story behind, now that Rajya Sabha tickets have been finalised all over the place.

“I’ve struggled my complete life. I resigned from the Parliament thrice on ethical grounds. What number of leaders have carried out this of their political life?” he requested.

The previous Union Minister additional informed ANI that he got here to Delhi in 1974, and was jailed in the course of the emergency for 2 years.

“I used to be additionally jailed beneath the Upkeep of Inner Safety Act (MISA) twice. What number of went to jail whereas preventing political battles?

“I’ve seen many ups and downs in life; I’ve seen not one however many elections. I’ve been on this Lutyens for 50 years, immediately is my final day in Lutyens’ Delhi. If the time modifications then once more will return right here,” Mr Yadav added.

Sharad Yadav was residing in 7 Tuglaq highway bungalow from the yr 2000 when he turned Civil Aviation Minister in Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s authorities within the Centre.

Mr Yadav vacated the bungalow after the RJD refuse to ship him to the Higher Home.

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