Order to remove the party office built by occupying the land of the High Court

It was earlier criticized for taking over the land allotted for the Delhi High Court of India to build a party office.

Now the Supreme Court has ordered Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s party, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), to vacate the seizure immediately.

Indian media analyst Anandabazar Patrika reported this information on Monday.

According to the report, a Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, Justices JP Pardiwala, and Manoj Mishra reprimanded the AAP leadership for expropriating the land allotted for the Delhi High Court in the Rouse Avenue area to build offices.

On Monday, the Supreme Court ordered that Kejriwal’s party should vacate the office by June 15.

Meanwhile, a section of political observers believe that the UP leadership will be able to use the Rouse Avenue office until the next Lok Sabha elections as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling.

A bench headed by the Chief Justice has ‘advised’ Kejriwal’s party to approach the Delhi Lands and Development Department to get alternative land for the party office.

In 2016, there was an allegation that the ‘up’ office was occupied by that government bungalow on Rouse Avenue.