What is the relation of Mukesh Ambani in the formation of Shinde government?

Mukesh Ambani may have taken all the legal approvals to live in a new house of 1500 crores in Mumbai since 2002, but he is troubled by the legal loopholes. Now there is a security problem. Reliance group pays 5 percent of the tax revenue of the Government of India. However, they are facing difficulties.

What is the relation of Mukesh Ambani in the formation of Shinde government?
Why are the dispute of 1500 crore Antilia houses increasing? Mukesh Ambani troubled by law, once again in legal dispute, took home abroad.

Why are the dispute of 1500 crore houses increasing?

Mukesh Ambani troubled by law, once again in legal dispute, took home abroad 

India is best for law breakers. But due to the mistakes of law, people no longer like India. Mukesh Ambani may have taken all the legal approvals to live in a new house of 1500 crores in Mumbai since 2002, but he is troubled by the legal loopholes. Now there is a security problem. Reliance group pays 5 percent of the tax revenue of the Government of India. However, they are facing difficulties.

Ambani has been troubled since 2011 when he moved to live in the new house. Since then, Gautam Adani has also overtaken Mukesh. No one knows how much tax Gautam Adani is paying to the Government of India.

Mukesh Ambani is troubled since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister. But Gautam Adani is making less profit, yet he has become richest at number one in India and number two in the world. Mukesh in number 11 in the world.

Tired of Mumbai, Mukesh Ambani was staying in his mother's native Jamnagar in Gujarat for some time. Now Mukesh Ambani has bought a house abroad.

Now with the coming of the new government in Maharashtra, we want a quick solution to the problem of Mukesh's building, the speed has also increased, questions are being raised against it. The world's one of richest businessman Ambani's luxurious house 'Antilia' in Mumbai is once again under the scanner.

In June 2022, a political crisis broke out in Maharashtra with the split of the Shinde faction from the MVA. By the end of the month, the group formed an alliance with the BJP and took the reins of power in the state. Since then, the world's most expensive house is once again in controversy.

The Ambani house still stands on the land that was inherited by Sir Karimboy Ibrahim in 1895. Karim Bhai Ibrahim gave the land in 1986 for religious education and building an orphanage. On the grounds of the orphanage is the house of the then richest man in India.

This is considered a violation of the law against its sale. The land earlier belonged to an orphanage of the Khoja Muslim community. The matter is in the Supreme Court of the country.

Mukesh Ambani bought a plot of 4,532 square meters in 2002 for Rs 21.5 crore to build Antilia. The deal was in dispute from the beginning as the land being sold belonged to the Waqf Board. As the controversy escalated, retired judge A.T.K. Shaikh has been entrusted with the responsibility of investigation. In August 2002, the Charity Commissioner found the deal genuine and ordered the transfer of the land to Ambani in November 2002.

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A reservation was reserved for the care of the poor and homeless children of the Muslim Khwaja society. In 2002, the orphanage trust acquired about 4,532 square meters of this land for just Rs. 21 crores to Antilia Commercial Private Limited, when its market value at that time was Rs. was around 150 crores.

Attorney General KK Venugopal's attempt to 'interfere' in a legal dispute involving Mukesh Ambani's residence led to an explosive protest before the Supreme Court. All claims are in the public domain.

Antilia, the 27-storey house of Reliance Group chairman and country's second richest man Mukesh Ambani and his family, has been built in south Mumbai at a cost of Rs 15,000 crore.

The dispute over the land of Antilia, which is one of the most expensive houses in the world, has been going on since the year 2000.

The Muslim Waqf Board took an unfair route to sell land to Ambani to build a house. 

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The then BJP, CM of Maharashtra and current Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had said that the government would take action on the basis of the report. No one will be spared.

The report said that the land deal with Ambani was false. Because it required a two-thirds majority of the members of the Waqf Board. The meeting of the Waqf Board was not even convened to make this deal. The report also upheld the Charity Commissioner's decision.

Waqf Board property cannot be sold for personal use. On 1 August 2022, Attorney General K.K. Venugopal wrote the letter.

Efforts were made to ensure that they did not argue the matter.

Antilia Commercial Private Limited is a Reliance Group company. Antilia has been built on its land. The sale of land by the Karimbhoy Ibrahim Khoja Orphanage Trust in 2002 is the subject of a legal dispute.

Advocate Harish Salve, who often represents Reliance Group companies. The orphanage's affidavit was filed in August 2017 by the CEO of the Waqf Board in a PIL challenging the sale of orphanage land to Reliance.

The trustees of the orphanage applied to the Charity Commissioner on April 4, 2002, seeking permission to sell their land to a Reliance Group company. The Charity Commissioner gave its permission on 27 August 2002. Then there was the Waqf Board. The Waqf Board on 22 April 2004 issued notices to both the orphanage and the Reliance Group Company, asking why they should not be prosecuted under the Waqf Act for not taking permission from the Waqf Board. On 9 March 2005, a resolution was passed stating that the land was not in the Waqf Board. This is against the provisions of the Waqf Act as no prior approval was taken from the Waqf Board.

The details were not published in the official gazette. Therefore, the ratification is illegal and the assets need to be restored.

The Bombay High Court on 21 September 2011 abolished the Waqf Board and gave the Charity Commissioner the right over the Waqf Board land. waqf The Maharashtra government's decision to constitute the Waqf Board before receiving the survey report was wrong. The board had four members instead of seven. Only two members were present during Reliance's decision.

Waqf matters are not handled by any authority.

The high court's decision allowed the sale of waqf properties to various buyers authorized by the charity commissioner, including the sale of orphanage land to a Reliance Group company.

The Maharashtra Waqf Board filed an appeal in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court said that Shanar will have no jurisdiction over the management of Charitable Committee Waqf properties. Thus, the HC's decision to hand over the Charitable Commissioner was invalid in law. In these circumstances, the Court held that status quo should be maintained in respect of all Waqf properties in the State.

 

The stay order is still in force during the hearing of the case for the last one decade.

Let us now return to the letters of the present and Venugopal.

Venugopal is 91 years old and his term was due to end on June 30 and was extended by three months till the end of September.

After 11 years of continuous hearing, the matter seemed to be progressing rapidly. But it got stuck due to various reasons.

Now, according to the website of the Supreme Court, the matter was listed for hearing on September 5. Choudhary, not Adgaonkar, remains an advocate on record with the Waqf Board.

Why the sudden rush?

Why the sudden rush to complete the proceedings in the case?

What happened to the apparent attempt to "interfere" in the matter?

Why did the Maharashtra government suddenly try to replace lawyers representing the Waqf Board and remove India's top law officer, one of the country's most senior and highly respected lawyers?

Was there a connection between the legal proceedings and the political changes that took place at the time?

In one case how important is the relationship between Ambani and his family members, the high-profile beneficiaries of waqf properties?

Ambani's bungalow, intrigue outside the bungalow

Antilia, the multi-crore bungalow of Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, has been in the news. Discussions took place from Mumbai to Delhi only. Because a car full of explosives was found outside Antilia. It was no small thing to find a car with so many explosives outside the house of the second richest man in the country. Investigative journalists Sanjay Singh and Rakesh Trivedi have written a book titled 'Criminal in Uniform'. Singh had exposed the Telgi scam in 2002.

Expensive house

The richest Indian businessman Ambani's 400,000 sq ft 27-storey skyscraper has been named after 'Antilia', a mythical island in the Atlantic, in this Forbes magazine list. It has topped the Forbes list of the most expensive homes in the world.

According to Forbes, Mukesh Ambani's 'Antilia' is one of the most expensive houses in the world. It is the most expensive accommodation in the world.

The building has six floors of underground parking, three helicopter pads and requires 600 workers to maintain it.

Looking at the cost of building 'Antilia', Forbes has compared it to '7 World Trade Center'. Located near Ground Zero in Manhattan, the World Trade Center is a 52-story tower that covers 1.7 million square feet. It is said that it was built at a cost of two billion dollars.

One of the most expensive houses in the world, Mukesh Ambani's luxurious house Antilia is once again in controversy. According to the acting CEO of the Maharashtra State Board of Waqfs, the land on which Antilia is built belongs to an orphanage and the land has been sold illegally. An affidavit has also been filed in the Bombay High Court regarding this. Let us tell you that the Waqf Board has lost its ownership on the land of Antilia.

According to the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2021, the country's second richest businessman Mukesh Ambani's net worth stood at Rs 7,18,000 crore after an increase of 9% compared to 2020. With a net worth of $92.60 billion in 2021 by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, he is the second richest person in India.

12th in the world. The chairman of the business conglomerate Reliance Industries, India's largest private sector company, Mukesh Ambani House, formally located in Antilia, South Mumbai.

Mukesh ambani house location

The luxury 27 storey cantilever tower is spread over 4,00,000 sq ft in Mumbai. Situated on Altamount Road in Kambala Hill, Mukesh Ambani's skyscraper is named after a mythical island in the Atlantic Ocean near Portugal and Spain. Mukesh Ambani's neighbor is Kumar Mangalam Birla, a descendant of the Birla family.

Construction date of house

The construction of Ambani's Antilia began in 2004 and continued vigorously for seven years until 2010. However, the Ambani family moved into the house in late 2011. Rumors fueled about architectural issues with the property.

Interior Features, Design and Features of Mukesh Ambani

Ambani hired Chicago-based architectural firm, Perkins & Will, and Santa Monica-headquartered interior design firm, Hirsch Bedner Associates—two world-renowned, US-based firms to design and construct the building. Family chatline and philanthropist, Nita Ambani was closely involved in the design and planning of Antilia and was responsible for getting both companies on board. though While the overall architecture is inspired by the sun and the lotus, both the firms worked diligently to ensure that no two rooms in the haveli look alike. Although Antilia is a 27-storey structure, the tall roofed glass towers make the mansion as high as a 60-storey building. The 570 ft mansion is taller than most buildings in the area and is visible in all directions from afar.

Antilia has three rooftop helipads, a six-story car parking lot that can seat 168 cars at a time, a 50-seat movie theater, three floors of Babylon-inspired Hanging Gardens, a yoga studio and a fitness center. There is a ballroom, nine lifts, a swimming pool, a spa, a health centre, a temple, a snow room.

Mukesh Ambani's house has been constructed and designed in such a way that the grand structure can withstand an earthquake of magnitude 8 on the Richter scale.

Antilia is the second most expensive billionaire home in the world. Touted as the most valuable asset after Buckingham Palace, the residence of Britain's royal family, Antilia is valued at over USD 2.2 billion (about Rs 15,000 crore) by property surveyors in 2020.

2.5 crore per month is required for maintenance work in Antilia.

A dispute arose over the purchase by Ambani with the then Waqf and Maharashtra Revenue Minister Nawab Malik. After Mukesh Ambani got a no-objection certificate from the Waqf Board for the plot, the construction of Antilia began.

 

Antilia Vastu Shastra Controversy

The move was put on hold due to some structural defects in the property. Any obstacle can lead to an inconsistency. Many believe that it may have something to do with the architecture of Mukesh Ambani's house. Naantilia does not conform to most of the Vastu principles. Because there is not enough light in the east side of the building.

The eastern part is blocked while the western part is more open. This always leads to misunderstanding among team members. Sometimes it can cause trouble. It also indicates moderate hard work to achieve success. Negative energy is coming from the west.

The family performed a 10-day Griha Pravesh Puja, which is believed to be a combination of several rituals to remove Vastu doshas (doshas) in Antilia. A team of 50 eminent pandits led by Ambani family priest Ramesh Ojha was part of the 10-day puja.

Adani moved ahead only after Ambani came to this house. Adani is today the number one richest man in India and the second richest man in the world. In a few months Gautam Adani is going to become the richest person in the world.

 

Mukesh Ambani bought a house to live abroad

Due to the Mumbai House dispute and security, Mukesh Ambani stayed in Jamnagar for some time. Now his family is troubled by the leaders of India and the harsh laws of India. Mukesh Ambani is buying residential house abroad.

Mukesh Ambani has bought the most expensive villa in Dubai for Rs 640 crore. Here his younger son Anant Ambani will stay. Located on Palm Jumeirah Island, this luxury villa surpasses its Mumbai home Antilia in some respects. Mukesh Ambani has become the biggest residential property buyer of the city till date. The UAE has easy laws for foreigners to invest in expensive properties.

According to a Bloomberg report, Mukesh Ambani's younger son Anant Ambani bought a house on Palm Jumeirah Beach earlier this year. Mukesh Ambani has done this deal with Bellevue Real Estate in Dubai in April this year. Bellevue Real Estate deals in the buying and selling of expensive villas on this island. Conor McKay associated with this company is the most expensive property broker in the world. Mukesh had bought this house from him.

This property deal of Mukesh Ambani in Dubai has been kept secret. Ambani himself will build this villa. Also, millions of dollars will be spent on the security of the mansion. Ambani's aide Parimal Nathwani, the group's director of corporate affairs, will manage the villa. The mansion is located in the northern part of the artificial archipelago. It has 10 bedrooms, a private spa, and indoor and outdoor pools. If they buy property worth 2 million dirhams, they can get a 10-year visa.

Property abroad for all three children

Mukesh Ambani is slowly handing over the reins of his business to his children. The Ambani family is expanding its real estate overseas. The three brothers and sisters are moving to the West for their second home.

Last year, Reliance spent $79 million to buy Stock Park Ltd in the UK. It has a Georgian era mansion. Which was bought by eldest son Akash Ambani. Akash has recently been appointed as the chairman of Reliance's telecom company Jio Infocomm Ltd. At the same time, Akash's sister Isha Ambani is looking for a house in New York.

 

Features

Spread over 3,300 square feet on the world's first artificial island, this villa is close to many other big hotels.

The luxurious villa is decorated with expensive Italian marble and beautiful artworks. This villa is as classic as it is modern in its design.

A 70-meter-long beach is also attached to this villa. Due to which the people living here can enjoy the beach even in their home.

There are 10 luxury bedrooms. Apart from this, there are facilities like indoor gym and sports complex. The sports complex has resources and venues for more than half a dozen types of sports.

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Bellevue Real Estate Company posted a video of Ambani's new home on YouTube. However, in the month of April on YouTube, the price of this house is Rs 609 crores.

Palm Jumeirah Island was a part of this project. It was started in 2001 and a part of it was completed by the end of 2007.

Steel or concrete is not used to prepare the base of this sea island, but it is made of sand and rocks. The mountains were mined for more than 7 million tons of rocks. The 11 km long crescent-shaped breakwater has been prepared by mixing stones in the water to protect it from the waves of the sea.

Mukesh Ambani bought Stock Park Ltd in the UK in April 2021 for his elder son Akash Ambani. Its price is about $ 79 million i.e. 631 crore rupees. It also has a luxury hotel, spa and golf ground.

This British home has 13 tennis courts and a 14-acre private garden. Mukesh Ambani is the owner of the villa built in the middle of Stoke Park, UK. He bought this house for his elder son Akash Ambani.