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Government sends notice to Rahul Gandhi to vacate bungalow within a month

 New Delhi: The Lok Sabha housing panel has issued an eviction notice to Rahul Gandhi, a prominent leader of the Indian National Congress party, who has been occupying a government bungalow on Tughlaq Lane since 2004. The notice comes after Mr. Gandhi's disqualification from parliament due to a two-year jail term handed down by a Gujarat court in a defamation case. Congress officials stated that they have not yet received the eviction notice and that Mr. Gandhi intends to file an appeal against the court's decision. Despite the eviction notice, Mr. Gandhi is entitled to government-provided accommodation due to his status as a recipient of "Z-Plus" security. Congress officials have accused the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of engaging in a witch hunt against opposition leaders, but BJP officials have dismissed these claims as melodramatic. The eviction notice gives Mr. Gandhi 30 days to vacate the bungalow on Tughlaq Lane.