Parliamentary Affair  Minister Venkaiah Naidu  in an interview to news daily said that, Centre doesn’t want to make money our of it but the priority is to follow the rule and give everyone his due.  The government's efforts in the matter of streamlining allotment of government bungalows is part of the larger architecture of ensuring rule of law.

Naidu further added that the government was clearing the mess and there was no discrimination, adding that rules won't be bent for anyone.

Citing the example of Yashwant Sinha, Naidu said when the former finance minister was told that it would be difficult to grant him an extension, the veteran BJP leader moved out in a week.
 
According to officials, the allotments have been so haphazard that in many cases the ministry has lost track of the pool to which some bungalows belong — Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha or general pool. This has led to such confusion that a plush bungalow in the heart of the city was allotted to a Lok Sabha MP and a Rajya Sabha member at the same time.

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