This comes a day after the same discover was issued to the Indian Women Press Corps (IWPC) to vacate the bungalow allotted to them as their tenure was set to finish
The authorities has requested the Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) in New Delhi to vacate the bungalow allotted to it by 31 July, based on an official doc.
In a letter to the FCC president on 4 May, the Directorate of Estates beneath the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry stated it has, nonetheless, prolonged the interval of retention of the bungalow positioned on Mathura Road until 31 July.
“I am directed to convey the in principle approval of the competent authority for retention of government accommodation bungalow no. AB-19, Mathura Road, New Delhi allotted to Foreign Correspondents’ Club of South Asia for a period of up to July 31, 2022 on the prevailing terms & conditions,” Deputy Director (Estates) Hari MP stated within the letter.
The letter additionally requested the FCC president to discover a appropriate lodging and organize to vacate the aforesaid home on or earlier than 31 July.
Reacting to the federal government’s transfer, FCC president Munish Gupta stated, “We hadn’t formally received the letter until yesterday. We will examine and respond. It is our understanding that such notices have been sent to FCC and others also in the past.”
This comes a day after the same discover was issued to the Indian Women Press Corps (IWPC) to vacate the bungalow allotted to them as their tenures was set to finish.
With enter from PTI
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