New Delhi: After a big row led to scrapping of a 5-bedroom duplex apartment for him, a fresh search for a new house for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is expected to begin on Saturday.

 The Secretary of the Ministry of Urban Development Sudhir Krishna met Kejriwal to discuss the issue of an official accommodation for the Chief Minister.

According to sources, Kejriwal asked Krishna look for a small accommodation for him and a fresh search for Chief Minister’s house in New Delhi area will begin on Saturday.

Following a controversy over the allotment of two adjacent five-bedroom duplex flats to him, Kejriwal had refused moving into the accommodation on Bhagwan Dass Road in Mandi House.

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