Hotel owner suffers landlocked adjoining airport
Opposition Leader in the Legislative Assembly, Dhananjay Munde, on Thursday said that the Municipal Corporation has constituted a land plot for the playgrounds, gardens, and entertainment of public interest.
Opposition Leader in the Legislative Assembly, Dhananjay Munde, on Thursday said that the Municipal Corporation has constituted land plots for the playgrounds, gardens, and entertainment of public interest. Munde has demanded that the land is reserved for the purpose of public interest, should be canceled for the people of Mumbai, and the plot to be given to the controversial developer.
On the request of local citizens, opposition leader Dhananjay Munde visited and visited the controversial plot area and inspected it. After this, he has made the above-mentioned request to the press. The development plan of the year 1992 was based on urban land no. 1483, 1491, 1495, 147, 1500, 1503 and 1420, 1437, 1445, 1448, 1439, 1457, 1443, 1485, and Survey no. 110 (Part), 117 (Part), 118, 122, 123 (part) The open space near Andheri International Airport was kept as reserved. However, since the area was internationally insured, the decision to reserve 50% of the area for the purpose of the hotel was taken in 1992. Munde said that the condition of maintaining an open area of 15 acres of open area was put in place and the provision for keeping the plot available for a public purpose was made.
In that space May Indian Hotels Pvt. Ltd., May. Marlboro Hotel & May Narang Hotel Pvt. The hotel has kept the open space in its own possession. Munde said that 50 percent of the 15 acres of land had been kept for this purpose only for the purpose of construction of a commercial building in an illegal manner. Instead of acquiring the open space in the approved development plan of Mumbai, Munde has alleged that 80% of the area’s reservation was changed to Hotel and Business, and all these places were hurriedly related to Munde.
Munde said that reservations on hotel reservations have been changed to justify reservation of hotels and commercial and to legalize an illegal business structure. Munde has alleged that the alleged scam is in the house of 6 to 8 thousand crore rupees, which will be available for sale of about 21 to 25 lakh square feet of property. Legal action should be taken to construct an illegal business building, and Munde has demanded that the plots of more than 15 acres area should be reserved for the open space and sports ground and made available to the Mumbaiites.