The Delhi High Court has given Swamy six weeks to leave the house he was given because it poses a security risk.

The state said that it is not required to give housing to people who are getting security protection, so the Delhi High Court told BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday that he has six weeks to move out of the government apartment that was given to him in 2016 because of a security concern.

After five years, Swamy asked for the housing to be given to someone else.

Sanjay Jain told the court, on behalf of the Ministry of Home Affairs, that the security agencies will provide their services at Swamy’s private property in Nizamuddin East, even if they can’t make the accommodations bigger.

Jain also told the court that, according to the Public Premises Act, Swamy had been named an unauthorised occupant of the building.

Jain went on to say that the government must find space for the council of ministers and the new judges at the Delhi High Court.

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