Jakhar plays down tiff with Bhattal
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Leader of Opposition Sunil Jakhar Tuesday played down differences with his predecessor Rajinder Kaur Bhattal over the allotment of an official accommodation to him. "Neither me nor Bhattal are concerned about it. If she has raised security concerns, the government should take a call on it and provide her security. If she is entitled to government accommodation, she should be given one," he said. Expressing anguish over delay in the matter, he said, "If the government has a problem in finding a house for me, I will surrender my right. The CM and his son are speaking in two voices on the issue." Despite being served a notice way back in March to vacate the premises, Bhattal is still occupying the house allotted to Jakhar.
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