Supreme Court Extends Deadline for AAP to Vacate Its Delhi Office

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday extended the deadline given to the Aam Aadmi Party to vacate its office at Rouse Avenue in Delhi, till August 10.

On March 4, the Supreme Court directed the AAP to vacate its office by June 15 after declaring that the plot was allotted to the Delhi High Court for expanding judicial infrastructure.

On Monday, a vacation bench of the Supreme Court took note of the submissions of senior advocate Abhishek Singhvi, appearing for the AAP and others, and extended the deadline till August 10.

The bench said the AAP would have to hand over the possession of the building at 206, Rouse Avenue, on or before August 10.


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