AAP said in the Supreme Court that it did not encroach on the court’s land – Bollywood Keeda

New Delhi. Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party presented its stand in the Supreme Court in the land dispute case of the main party office located at Rouse Avenue. The party told the Supreme Court that it has not taken possession of the Delhi High Court land in Rouse Avenue. This land was allotted to him in 2015. The party is ready to vacate the premises. The Supreme Court should ensure that it is allotted an alternative land as per its national party status. Whereas the Land and Development Office of the Central Government said that this land was allotted for the expansion of Rouse Avenue Court.

AAP has approached the Supreme Court and presented its stand through an application against the direction to immediately vacate the party office at Rouse Avenue. The party said this would have a serious adverse impact on the fairness of the electoral process in view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. On February 13, the Supreme Court had directed the Delhi Government, the Registrar General and the High Court to hold a meeting to vacate the encroached land.

Aam Aadmi Party told the court that if the land is immediately vacated, AAP will have no space for the party office. In view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, some land should also be allotted to them. The party told the court that the other five national parties also work from their allotted offices in Delhi.

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