Ayodhya Seer invites Rahul Gandhi to stay with monks on temple premises, Here's why
Ayodhya Seer invites Rahul Gandhi to stay with monks on temple premises, Here's why
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Ayodhya: A priest at Ayodhya’s Hanumangarhi Mandir invited Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to stay with monks on the temple premises after he vacates his government bungalow, which was allotted to him as a Member of Parliament.
After being found guilty and punished in a 2019 criminal defamation case by a Surat court, the Congress politician was expelled from the Lower House of Parliament. The lawsuit was a comment he made while speaking at a campaign event before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and using the surname "Modi."

Rahul Gandhi was given notice to leave his government bungalow by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on March 27 as a result of his termination as an MP. His government bungalow would no longer be assigned, according to the notice, starting on April 24.

Mahant Sanjay Das said, "I'll let you remain at the Hanumangarhi shrine." "Rahul Gandhi will be welcomed in Hanumangarhi and Ayodhya. If he arrives here, we will offer him a place to stay."

Rahul said in a letter dated 28 March to the deputy secretary of the MS Branch of the Lok Sabha Secretariat that the people's will is what is responsible for his fond memories of his time spent there. Rahul previously declared on March 28 that he will follow the order to leave the government-allocated property. "I have served as an elected member of the Lok Sabha for the previous four terms, and I owe the good memories of my time here to the people's mandate. I will, of course, comply by the details in your letter without compromising my rights, "Tweets from Rahul.

Following the former Wayanad MP's disqualification, Congress workers protested across the nation. Rahul Gandhi is welcome to stay with him or Sonia Gandhi, according to Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge.
 

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