Vadgama Builders. – Illegal Building. 121-B, Bazar Road Bandra Bombay 400050

Vadgama Builders. Reviews & Complaints

Reported By: KirtiShah

Contact information:
Vadgama Builders.

Illegal building – bandra mumbai.
Mohamed vadgama, faisal vadgama.
Vadgama builders private limited.
6, floor 1st, plot no. 6, vadgama house,
Maratha mandir marg, madanpura,
Mumbai central (E), mumbai. 400008.


They vadgama builders, took over a old building located in bandra gothan. Located at 121-b, bazar road. Bandra, mumbai. 400050.
Broke down a old rcc building photos attached. Have constructed a illegal ground plus 4 story building. Vadgama builders, forcefully made all tenants turn over their homes to them. 3 years ago, shifted all tenants to 3rd floor. When bmc came to demolish the illegal structure, 2 tenants went back to their old habitat. 2 tenants were given a store room to live in… And 1 original tenant since 1965 has not been given any transit accommodation or a place to stay.

Now, the builders are saying, all tenants need to take a place on the 4th floor or vacate the buildings. When tenants call the builders they donot pick up the phone.

They have also illegally taken over a small plot adjoining the building that actually was the part of the sea and later became bandra reclamation. That plot was part of the land the fishermen used to store the boats etc in the years before bandra reclamation was created.

Now, 5 years since, they have not shown a single document and keep saying we have all the permissions that are needed. They are not providing the flats to the original tenants despite agreements that were signed between them and the original tenants.

They have sold many flats within the buildings, to people. But refuse to give the original tenants the homes that they destroyed. Further more all the water connections, electric connections have been forcefully taken from the old tenants and distributed among the illegal flats that they constructed.
I appeal to the mumbai municipal commissioner, mumbai police commissioner, corporator ashish shelar to look into the matter.

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