The government's response to Right to Information (RTI) query has also revealed that Dikshit's home on 3-Motilal Nehru Marg had 15 coolers, 12 geysers and 16 air purifiers among others. (Agencies)
An expense of Rs 16.81 lakh was incurred on the electrical renovation of the bungalow that time to customize it according to the needs of then chief minister, CPWD said.
Giving the list of appliances and fixtures removed from Dikshit's residence after she moved to Kerala Raj Bhavan as Governor, CPWD has said these equipments were being partially utilized in various government offices as per requirement.
"The remaining air conditioners and fixtures shall be utilized as and when requirement arises," the reply provided to RTI activist Subhash Agrawal said.
Three-term chief minister Dikshit had vacated the four-bedroom bungalow constructed in 1920 and spread over 3.5 acres after suffering defeat in the election last year.
Dikshit had moved to a 2,000-sq ft, three-bedroom flat in a private apartment on Ferozeshah Road in central Delhi after vacating the Motilal Nehru Marg bungalow.
The bungalow was recently renovated with all the floor, roof and plaster damages having been repaired for former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the cost of Rs 35 lakh.
The government's response to Right to Information (RTI) query has also revealed that Dikshit's home on 3-Motilal Nehru Marg had 15 coolers, 12 geysers and 16 air purifiers among others.