Maharashtra to flatten Nirav's home, 58 other Alibaug structures


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Maharashtra to raze Nirav’s house, 58 other Alibaug structures

MUMBAI: The illegal bungalow of fugitive businessman Nirav Modi on Alibaug beach will be demolished as per the order of the Raigad district collector, the Maharashtra government told the Bombay high court on Thursday. Modi was permitted construction on 376 sqm in Kihim, but he occupied 1,071 sq m.



In 2010, Modi was issued a decimation take note. Upwards of 58 other such developments by local people on Alibaug shorelines will likewise be wrecked. The high court was hearing a PIL by NGO Shambhuraje Yuva Kranti against the state's inaction against unlawfully developed cottages in the beach front direction zone (CRZ) zones in Alibaug.


On Thursday, associate government pleader Priya Bhushan Kakade told a seat of Chief Justice Naresh Patil and Justice Makarand Karnik that Raigad authority Vijay Suryawanshi issued the destruction arrange subsequent to checking on a prior request in 2011 by the then gatherer.


The 2011 request came after Modi moved HC testing a devastation see served on him. The HC had, on February 4, 2010, coordinated the sub-divisional officer, Alibaug, to hear him and pass a last request. The SDO arrange, be that as it may, came just on June 2 this year and it said Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority is the expert to choose whether there was of infringement of directions.


The 2011 request said that Modi's farmhouse had been in presence preceding 1986 and was not in abundance of the first development space permitted. At that point, the state told the HC that the present Raigad gatherer will audit the 2011 request. Suryavanshi's oath put aside the 2011 request and "coordinated to wreck the said illicit development".


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