Nahak me notice in the controversy of political leaders? Petition by owner of Sai Resort in Dapoli in Bombay High Court

Mumbai : Popular of ‘Sai Resort’ (Sai ​​Resort)  The owner has now approached the Bombay High Court. It has been claimed in this petition that notices are being issued to us in the controversy of political leaders. The Union Department of Environment, Forests and Meteorology (MoEFCC) has issued a show cause notice to the owners of Sai Resorts NX in Dapoli. In which, why should not action be taken against this resort?, has also been asked. Not only this, a fine of 25 lakhs has also been levied for damaging the environment. The owner of this resort, Sadanand Gangaram Kadam, has approached the Bombay High Court against the same notice. Taking cognizance of this, the High Court has decided to hear the petition on Monday. Former BJP MP Kirit Somaiya has alleged that this controversial and illegal resort was earlier owned by former state transport minister and Shiv Sena leader Anil Parab. They were not given an opportunity to present their case. Therefore, on behalf of Kadam, Adv. Saket Mone appeared before a bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice Madhav Jamdar on Thursday. Taking cognizance of it, the High Court has fixed a hearing on this on September 26. 

What is the petition?

Sadanand Kadam has claimed in the petition that in the year 2017, Anil Parab bought a bungalow here. We had purchased a plot for construction. In September 2017 Maharashtra Under the Regional and Town Planning (MRTP) Act, Sub-divisional authorities had allowed them to convert land to non-agricultural purposes. Thereafter, in December 2020, we executed a sales agreement. As Anil Parab is a close relative of the former Chief Minister and also the former original owner of the land while the revenue records show that the name of the land has been changed, the notices have been issued today under the pressure of the opposition political leaders. Kadam has made this claim in the petition.  

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