Conspicuous real estate agent and Bollywood financer Yusuf Lakdawala, who was captured for snatching a plot of land having a place with incredible creator Mulk Raj Anand, died on Thursday because of Cncer complications, authorities said.
Lakdawala, 76, was caught by the Mumbai Police's Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) in 2019, and later by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in 2020 regarding the plot's land-snatching the late author in Khandala slope station.
Held up at the Arthur Road Central Jail, he was conceded to the prison emergency clinic and afterward raced to the Sir J. J. Emergency clinic for treatment yet capitulated last morning.
In August, Lakdawala's attorney Abhinav Chandrachud had looked for abandon clinical grounds to empower him to get legitimate therapy in an emergency clinic and presented his most recent clinical report to the court proposing malignant growth had spread to different pieces of his body.
The prison specialists had in the past taken him to the Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital to check for the backslide of malignant growth, which had been relieved around 12 years prior.
Contradicting the bail supplication, ED counsel Hiten Venegaonkar had contended that the court could guide the prison specialists to give the essential clinical treatment to the blamed in authority.
The prison specialists had presented that they would orchestrate all necessary treatment needed by Lakdawala.
First grabbed by the EOW when he was attempting to escape to London from Ahmedabad International Airport, he got bail however was rearrested in a criminal tax avoidance case enrolled by the ED in a similar issue and was in prison from that point forward.
The EOW asserted that Lakdawala had produced reports to assist him with snatching the colossal Khandala plot of Anand – who passed on in 2004 – by duplicating marks on the papers tracing back to 1949.