In a city like Mumbai, where people do not get a roof to live, a person has returned a flat of Rs 5.8 million won in the lottery. In Maharashtra, Shiv Sena activist Vinod Shirke had got 2 flats in the Lotteries of Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority (MHADA) in December last year, of which one was flat Rs 4.99 crore and another was 5.08 crores.
Explain that Shirke is the head of Shiv Sena’s Agripada branch. He had won two 2 BHK flats in the Dhawal Giri Building in Nana Chowk in late December. One of them was 4.99 crores and the other was worth Rs 5.8 crores. But after consulting my Vastu consultant, I decided that I would not take a flat of Rs 5.8 crore.
Shirke said that he showed both the flat from his childhood friend and the astrolower Tejas Talaskar. After that Tejas had advised him to surrender after telling him as architectural. However, Shirke is keeping a flat.
In an interaction with ANI, Shirke citing poor architecture said that the toilets are in the northeast. I have decided to return it to the suggestion of my Vastu Advisor. He said that my Vaastu consultant has suggested some mandatory changes in the flats to ensure a better career in my political and social life.
Please tell that this was the most expensive flat in the history of the lottery area of Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority (MHADA). Confirming the news, the MHADA officials said that Shiv Sena activist Vinod Shirke has informed the department about his decision and according to the procedure, people who come in the waiting list will be offered a flat.