MUMBAI: Three south Mumbai properties having a place with criminal black market wear Dawood Ibrahim were on Tuesday unloaded for Rs 11.58 crore. Offices cited an official, which affirmed that Dawood’s properties in South Mumbai were sold through a legitimate procedure.
The properties were put up for sale by the Ministry of Finance, under the Smugglers and Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Property) Act. The three properties are Hotel Raunaq Afroz, otherwise called Delhi Zaika, Shabnam Guest House and six rooms in Damarwala building.
The Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust was the most noteworthy bidder for the three properties, the authority said. The trust won the sale for Shabnam Guest House, six pads in Damarwala building and an eatery Rounaq Afroz: Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust Spokesperson
While the Raunaq Afroz lodging pulled in an offer of Rs 4.53 crore, Shabnam Guest House got an offer of Rs 3.52 crore and the rooms in the Damarwala building went for Rs 3.53 crore, he said. The Center has once in a while back taken a choice to auction a few properties having a place with Dawood Ibrahim. A notice in such manner was additionally distributed in daily papers. In the promotion, the administration had recorded five properties, of which two have a place with the black market wear.
This was done seven days after the Thane Police slapped the Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) on Dawood’s sibling Iqbal Ibrahim Kaskar.
Obtaining safeguard under this demonstration turns into a stringent undertaking. The demonstration has been forced regarding a claimed blackmail racket. A Thane-based manufacturer was supposedly compelled to pay Rs 30 lakh and four pads to Iqbal Kaskar’s group.