The controversy about Arvind Kejriwal's bungalow's cost has grown. On this matter, BJP keeps harassing the Aam Aadmi Party. Raghav Chadha, a Rajya Sabha MP for the AAP, responded in kind. Raghav Chadha, a Rajya Sabha representative for the AAP from Punjab, stated to the media that the Chief Minister's home was constructed in 1942, which was roughly 75–80 years ago.
According to him, the Delhi government's Public Works Department (PWD) had suggested its refurbishment following the audit. It was not a renewal, according to a senior PWD official. The previous building has been replaced by a new one. Also present is his camp office. The old structure has been replaced with the new one, despite the expenditure of approximately Rs 44 crores.