Ramnath Kovind will become the neighbor of Sonia Gandhi after retirement from the post of President, know what facilities will be available

Farewell ceremony in the Central Hall of Parliament House on 23rd July

President Ram Nath Kovind’s term ends on July 24. Vice President Venkaiah Naidu is organizing a farewell ceremony in his honor at the Central Hall of Parliament House on 23 July. President Kovind will also be presented with a memento and an autograph booklet bearing the signatures of the MPs. Several Union ministers and MPs, including Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will attend the ceremony.

Let us tell you that on July 25, Ram Nath Kovind will leave Rashtrapati Bhavan and go to live in a bungalow located at 12 Janpath in Delhi. This is the same bungalow where Ram Vilas Paswan lived a few years back. He lived here for more than 20 years. After his death, the family vacated this bungalow. After becoming the former President, it has now been allotted to Ram Nath Kovind. The entire bungalow has been renovated under the supervision of Swati Kovind, daughter of Ramnath Kovind.

His belongings will be shifted to the new bungalow on July 22, two days before the completion of the term of President Ram Nath Kovind. However, the President himself will stay at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. He will leave from Rashtrapati Bhavan after handing over the charge to the new President on July 25.

After the death of Ram Vilas Paswan, this bungalow was allotted to his brother Pashupati Kumar Paswan. Pashupatikumar is also a minister in the central government. However, Pashupati Kumar refused to stay in that bungalow.

After the completion of the term, former President Ram Nath Kovind will get a pension of 1.5 lakh rupees per month, 60 thousand rupees per month for office and staff. Whereas the rent of the bungalow will be waived. Along with two landline phones, mobile phones, internet charges, water and electricity will also be free.

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