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Political clout supersedes the law?

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This prince in politics is running an office in a house taken on a lease but he is continuing to forcibly use the building despite the lease term has now long expired.   


The two-year lease agreement entered into expired in 2017, but the ‘prince’ with a connection to a high political authority has refused either to renew the lease or vacate the house so far.  


The uniformed ones despite complaints made to them show reluctance to take any action to settle the issue, says the house owner.  

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