In Gujarat, the world’s largest diamond market is being built, there is a land scam of 20 thousand cr

Gandhinagar, 11 January 2020

The Revenue and Urban Development Department of Gandhinagar has not investigated the Rs 20,000 crore scam, near Surat Diamond Burse. 17 lakh square meters of government land near Abhava area near Surat Airport. If a BJP leader is involved in this scam, an earthquake can occur in the country. Now the Gujarat government is making redevelopment plans for TP and DP here. Then the Rs 20,000 crore scam busted is shaking the Gujarat government.

Mamlatdar had recorded the names of 45 heirs of the Nawab in a land of Rs 20,000 crore in Abhava village area of Surat. The Surat District Collector has taken the order in amendment and revoked all the names and entered the land in the possession of the government. Landlords of Gujarat are lobbies. Because it is in the interest of a BJP leader. Front builders are doing a lot of damage to this land. BJP leaders and builder lobbies have come face to face.

17 lakh square meters of land

Abhava village has 10 lakh square meters of revenue survey number 505 and 7 lakh square meters of revenue survey number 507. Its market value is 20 thousand crores. It is owned by the government.

Prices rose 10 times

Earlier, the government had taken over. The new airport in Surat has land. So since the airport was built, land prices have increased 10-fold. Buildings are being built rapidly in the Abhava-Khajod region.


Surat Diamond burs is construction going on nearby. 9 out of 11 diamonds in the world are cut and polished in Surat. Hence it is becoming a world class market here. Surat diamond bores are being set up in Surat at a cost of over Rs 2600 crore. Hence land prices have increased for 3-4 years. Right now, there is 1.17 lakh one square meter of land. Therefore, if the government of Vijay Rupani does not publicly explain the scam, then the BJP leader may face trouble.

Nawab Raj in Surat

Heirs of Hussainuddin Hussain Khan, son of Nawab Nuruddin Hussain Khan, had applied for inheritance in 2014 to register their names in the land. This land was given to his ancestors in 1820 as a private award class-2. So that his name can be recorded as the heir of this land.

The history of Surat city is 300 years old. The original Hindu city, Suryapur, dates from 1500–1520 BC. Which was later settled by the kings of Bhrigu and Sauvir on the banks of the river Tapi. In 1759, the city rule was destroyed by the British. Which lasted until the early 20th century. The city is situated on the banks of the Tapi River. It has a 6 km long coastline connected to the Arabian Sea.


On 14 January 2014, the city was registered with the Mamlatdar’s office. The case was heard as a disputed case against him. After the hearing, the inheritance note was rejected by Mamlatdar on 25 June 2014. An RTS appeal was filed by the heirs at the City Province office, angered by Mamlatdar’s order. The legacy number is 3924.

12 years in Surat

Abhava village is in Surat city in Chaurasi taluka of Surat district of Gujarat. This is the most land business in Surat. It has been 12 years since BJP included Abhava village in Surat Municipal Corporation. TP Scheme No. 75 belongs to Vesu-Abha-Magdalla. TP was approved 7 years ago.