Notice for Congress over ownership of Lucknow Office at Mall Avenue

The LMC has issued a notice to the Congress, giving it a time frame of 7 days to present valid papers to prove its ownership of the property housing its state headquarters.

This notice has come just few days after Lucknow businessmen Manish Agarwal claimed that the property was his.

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Pardaphash has learned that the notice has been addressed to former state Congress chief Mohsina Kidwai. It has depicted 1970 and 1976 records and said they show the property belongs to Agarwal’s grandfather, Ram Swaroop.

But when it comes to documents of 1986, it refer to the property as “C/O Mohsina Kidwai, state president of Congress and Jawahar Lal Nehru Trust’’.

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If papers are not presented within the stipulated time, further action would be taken accordingly as per guidelines.

Interestingly, the notice coincided with Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Lucknow to raise issues pertaining to Amethi, his Parliamentary constituency.

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