Dilip Kumar wants to gift his ancestral property in Peshawar, Claims his Pakistani nephew

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Mumbai : A relative of Dilip Kumar in Pakistan claimed on Friday that he had the ‘power of attorney’ of the actor’s mansion located here. He said that Dilip Kumar wants to give him his ancestral property.

Dilip Kumar’s relative and former president of the Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Fuad Ishaq, while speaking to an agency, said he had the statutory power of attorney for the said property in Peshawar. He said that 98-year-old Dilip Kumar had got the Power of Attorney in 2012.

The current owner has rejected the offer to sell Dilip Kumar’s ancestral home
The current proposal to sell the ancestral home of Bollywood legend actor Dilip Kumar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan, has been turned down by the current owner. The current owner has demanded a price of Rs 25 crore instead of the government rate, describing the house as a property located at prime location.

The provincial government had last month set up the price Rs 80.56 lakh to declare the house of four marla (about 101 sq m) of Dilip Kumar in Peshawar as a national heritage. But the current owner of this house, Haji Lal Mohammad, says that whenever the Peshawar administration contacts him, he will demand Rs 25 crore from the provincial government.

Lal Mohammad said that he bought this property in the year 2005 for Rs 51 lakh. For this, he worked tirelessly and completed the necessary formalities like land transfer and obtaining all the documents of the house. Now after 16 years, it is unjust to charge just 80.56 lakh rupees of this property from the government.

He said, ‘This house situated in Khudadad Qissa Khwani Bazaar is a very valuable property, where the local market price of one marla land is around five crore rupees. In such a situation, he will demand Rs 25 crore for the house from the officers through his lawyer.’

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