The hunt for a suitable residence for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal finally comes to an end with Urban Development Ministry allotting him a three-bedroom house at Tilak Lane in the Lutyen’s zone.

The Directorate of Estates has allotted a ground floor house C-II/23 at Tilak Lane to Kejriwal, sources said.

The corner house with three bedrooms, drawing, dining, two servant quarters and a common garage near the Patiala House Court is spread across about 1600 square feet area with a lawn and community park nearby.

The house has been handed over to PWD of Delhi government and now it will be responsible for its maintenance, sources added.

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