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The Congress party is overstaying in 24, Akbar Road, New Delhi.

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What are national parties entitled to?

In an office memo on July 13, 2006, the L&DO laid down the land allotment policy for political parties. National parties recognised by the Election Commission of India and state parties that have at least seven MPs in total in both Houses of Parliament “shall be considered for allotment of land for construction of office building in Delhi”, the policy states.

According to a 2006 policy of the Union government’s Land and Development Office (L&DO), the recognised parties are supposed to vacate any government bungalows allotted to them as offices within three years of the land allotment or as soon as the building is constructed, whichever is earlier.

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