Bhagtani Victims, say hello to Anand & Narain P Bhagtani

Mumbai, 27th August, 2018: Last week, Sapphire Welfare Association's (SWA) consent terms -- designed to getting Bhagtanis off the hook -- were set aside by an order of Bombay High Court. It was thanks to another association, called Dahisar Sapphire Flat Owner Welfare Association (DSFOWA), who pinpointed to the high court a deemed conveyance orders in favour of Panch Dham Society. 

The Panch Dham deemed conveyance orders proved beyond doubt that Sapphire project land was not  available for transfer by Bhagtani to SWA. (Association-wallahs of other Bhagtani projects shepherding gullible victims towards accepting project land are requested to take note.)

Read the Panch Dham deemed conveyance orders here.

Panch Dham orders also put the spotlight on two new Bhagtani family members who were hitherto unknown. Has anybody ever heard of Anand P Bhagtani and Narain P Bhagtani, brothers of our well-known Lacchman P Bhagtani?  Say hello to two brand-new Bhagtanis.

What we know currently is that they are (or were until recently) partners of Jaycee Construction Co, which, being an unregistered entity, defies public scrutiny. Its accounts are a blackhole into which hundreds of crores could disappear without a trace. So, are the new Bhagtanis an important part of Sapphire and other projects, from where Rs 425 cr were siphoned off? Or are they casual bystanders? Samay hi batayega... aur research bhi batayega!

About Anand P Bhagtani, a cursory google search throws up this brochure and this Income tax case. Jai Baba Googleshwar!
Besides Panch Dham, Anand P Bhagtani's brochure names many
projects across the city, and even outside.

On a lighter note: August seems to be an eventful month. One year ago, I wrote my first article about Bhagtani (after publishing videos of Sapphire people protesting in April). Police registered FIRs for many Bhagtani projects in August-September 2017.

And the rest, as they say, is history.

Krishnaraj Rao


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