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THANE: This month, Thane police's Special Investigation Team looked into the "65 Builders Maha RERA Certificate Scam," and the Enforcement Directorate has now opened a similar inquiry.
The ED has obtained documents pertaining to the case from the SIT in Thane, and on Monday they also wrote to KDMC commissioner Bhausaheb Dangade asking him to provide information pertaining to the case, claiming that money laundering is suspected in the case and that they need to conduct a thorough investigation.
At least 66 developers built unlawful structures in Kalyan-twin Dombivli's city, created fictitious building license paperwork to sell apartments, and then used those documents to obtain RERA certificates and then sold apartments to purchasers.
Since the state government has made it mandatory for developers to obtain RERA certificates in order to sell any flats, these developers took advantage of the coordination gaps between KDMC and RERA to submit forged documents and obtain RERA certificates, according to the preliminary findings of the SIT's investigation. The developers did not obtain permission from the Town Planning department of KDMC or any other relevant department, and they prepared fake building permission documents.
The developers are suspected of using black money to build structures without licenses, which resulted in losses of revenue for the state government as well as KDMC.
"It is reported that this office (ED) is probing the fraud committed by builders while acquiring MahaRera Certificates for their development projects on the basis of fraudulent documents," the ED stated in a letter to KDMC Commissioner. In this regard, it is requested that information be provided to this office regarding the FIR that the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation filed against the aforementioned builders, the malpractice seen in the issuance of MahaRera Certificates, and the recipients (builders) of such certificates obtained based on fictitious paperwork. Additionally, it is requested that the ED office receive a copy of the case file comprising the documentation that such builders submitted in order to obtain MahaRera Certificates.
Architect Sandeep Patil, who originally revealed the entire scam by complaining to KDMC, who in response to an investigation filed an FIR with the police, and finally the matter was given to SIT, is pleased with the ED's participation in the investigation.
Developers whose names appear in both FIRS are listed in the TOI.