While Yadav junior is said to be shifting to his bungalow in Lucknow's Sahara Shahar, there is little clarity over where Mulayam Singh Yadav will be residing.
Earlier, father-son duo had sought more time to vacate bungalows
The apex court had directed former CMs to leave government residences by June 2. The father-son duo had sought more time.
"Both Netaji (Mulayam Singh) and I don't have any place in Lucknow. If you (media) can find a place for us, let us know," Akhilesh Yadav had said earlier.
But they decided to abide by the order, and loaded tempos left their residences.
Here's looking at what the Supreme Court told the former-CMs
Hearing a plea by NGO Lok Prahari, the Supreme Court struck down amendments made by the Akhilesh Yadav government in UP Ministers Act, 1981, that allowed former CMs to live in government residences indefinitely after exiting offices.
Saying it doesn't tow the line of constitutional equality, the apex court said former CMs were entitled to security, not bungalows; and asked them to vacate residences.
Six chief ministers get notices, only two start shifting belongings
The Estate Department issued notice on May 17 to the Yadavs, Rajnath Singh, ND Tiwari, Kalyan Singh and Mayawati.
Estate officer Yogesh Kumar Shukla later informed only Rajnath and Kalyan had begun vacating the bungalows.
Citing Tiwari's ill-health, his wife, Ujjwala, requested Yogi Adityanath to allow them to stay in the bungalow. Ujjwala even said these were Tiwari's last days.
Meanwhile, Mayawati's residence turned into Kanshi Ram Memorial
After being served with a notice, BSP reportedly converted Mayawati's Mall Road bungalow in Lucknow to party founder Kanshi Ram's memorial.
Later, Mayawati sent keys of a bungalow on Lal Bahadur Shashtri Marg via speed post, saying this was the bungalow allotted to her as CM.
Shukla, however, differed, and claimed it was the Mall Road bungalow which she had to surrender.