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Mehbooba vacates Srinagar’s bungalow
11/28/2022 11:23:18 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 28: A day after getting the eviction notice of her Anantnag accommodation, former Chief Minister and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) president, Mehboob Mufti vacated her Gupkar residence on Monday and shifted to a private house.
As per the notice issued on October 15, Deputy Director Estates Department Kashmir has served an eviction notice to Mehbooba Mufti to vacate the Fairview residence in which her family lives since 2005.
Jammu and Kashmir administration had asked Mehbooba Mufti to vacate her official residence on the high-profile Gupkar road in Srinagar and had stated it was willing to provide an alternative accommodation.
Mehbooba Mufti has not only asked to vacate Fairview residence of Srinagar, a notice has been issued to her along with other seven former legislators to quit Government residential quarters in Anantnag district within 24 hours or face disciplinary action.
On Sunday, the Executive Magistrate First Class served the eviction notice to Mufti and others on the instructions of the Anantnag Deputy Commissioner for the Government quarters located in Housing Colony at Khanabal in the south Kashmir area.
The notifications were sent to ex-MLAs Mohammad Altaf Wani, Abdul Rahim Rather, Abdul Majeed Bhat, Altaf Shah, and Abdul Kabir Pathan, as well as ex-MLCs Bashir Shah and Choudhary Nizamuddin.
Over a month after getting notice to vacate the official bungalow, Mehboob Mufti vacated her Gupkar residence on Monday.
PDP spokesperson, Najam-Us-Saqib while said Mehbooba Mufti has vacated the Gupkar residence today and has shifted to a private residence in the Khimber locality.
The bungalow was allotted to her father late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed as a former Chief Minister in December 2005.
The bungalow was allotted to Mufti Mohammad Sayeed when he relinquished the chief minister's office as part of an agreement with Congress and Ghulam Nabi Azad became chief minister of J&K.
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