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Supreme Court Asks AAP To Vacate Its Party Office In Delhi Before June 15

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The apex court further said AAP can apply for a fresh allotment for a party office and the Centre is required to proceed per the law. (File photo)

The apex court further said AAP can apply for a fresh allotment for a party office and the Centre is required to proceed per the law. (File photo)

The SC bench led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud was informed that the party requires 2-3 months to vacate the plot

The Supreme Court on Monday gave Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) time to vacate its party office from the Rouse Avenue area till June 15, 2024. The apex court further said AAP can apply for a fresh allotment for a party office and the Centre is required to proceed per the law.

The SC bench led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud was informed that the party requires 2-3 months to vacate the plot.

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