Delhi advocate to set up 'anti-terrorist national front' at auctioned Dawood Ibrahim's places

The Maharashtra government has auctioned Six properties of wanted gangster Dawood Ibrahim on Tuesday. The property located in Ratnagiri in Khed district earned INR 22.8 lakh to the government. Two Delhi-based lawyers bought two properties. Advocate Bhupendra Kumar Bharadwaj the new owner of few of Dawood's land said he will open “an anti-terrorist national front at these locations”.

Maharashtra Government auctions 6 properties of Dawood Ibrahim, Two Delhi lawyers bid

Under the Smugglers and Foreign Exchange (Forfeiture of Property) (SAFEMA) Act, the properties registered in the names of Dawood’s mother Amina Bi and sister Haseena Parker were auctioned by the Maharashtra Government. Another advocate Ajay Shrivastava who bought two other properties including a dilapidated two-story bungalow which Dawood and siblings use frequently before they abscond from the country in the 1990s. Due to some ‘technical reason’ one more listed property was not auctioned. Another property belonging to Dawood aide late Iqbal Mirchi in Milton Apartments on Juhu Tara Road in Santacruz (West) also saw no bidders. The 1,245 sq ft flat has a reserve price of INR 3.45 crore.

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SAFEMA Additional Commissioner RN D'Souza said, "We auction in all three modes -- public auction, e-auction and silk tender. But, this being a very peculiar situation during the COVID-19 pandemic. So, we had to improvise a little. Instead of having a public auction, we conducted a virtual public auction". He added, "As per the procedure, 25 per cent of the bid amount has to be deposited within seven days if the total amount is below Rs 50 lakh, if above 50 lakh, 25 per cent of the bid needs to be deposited within a period of one month. The rest of the amount can be deposited within one month and three months respectively. After the entire payment is made a confirmation letter will be issued communicating the same". 

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