New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to move into his official five-bedroom residence in Civil Lines next week.
Sources said that preparations to move into the new house at Number 6, Flagstaff Road, from his Ghaziabad residence are almost complete.
Presently, the Chief Minister is in Bengaluru where he is undergoing naturopathy treatment for diabetes. He is expected to return to Delhi on March 17.
The Delhi Chief Minister is entitled to Type-VI accommodation.
Kejriwal had requested a bungalow from the central pool accommodation which can only be granted by the Urban Development Ministry.
His new Civil Lines residence can accommodate around 300 people. It has four bedrooms, one guest room, two offices and a lawn.
Kejriwal had said at his oath-taking ceremony in February said that he plans to stay in a house just big enough to run an office.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has been allotted a four-bedroom duplex flat on Mathura Road that once used to be the official residence of former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.