Dagdi Chawl in Mumbai, known as Don Arun Gawli, will soon be a landlord.
Mumbai: Dagdi Chawl in Mumbai, known as Don Arun Gawli, will soon become a landlord. Don’s formulas were moving from this place. This trick became the identity of Arun Gawli. Now this stone quarry is going to be redeveloped. A 40-storey tower will now be erected on this stone quarry. This was informed by Vinod Ghosalkar, President, MHADA’s Mumbai Building Repair and Redevelopment Board (MBRRB). It consists of 10 buildings in a stone quarry.
A well-known stone quarry of Don Arun Gawli in South Mumbai will be demolished in the coming days. This chali will be redeveloped by MHADA. MHADA has issued a letter of intent to this scam. The connection between Don Arun Gawli and Dagdi Chaal will be known to all. Gawli’s house was a chawl that was once a place of terror. But in the last several years, the Goddess of Navratri festival is also familiar to many Mumbaikars.
Vinod Ghosalkar, Chairman, MHADA’s Mumbai Repair and Reconstruction Board, has given a letter of intent for the stone quarry. Letters of intent have been issued by the MHADA Board to all the buildings in the stone quarry area. He further said that NOC will be issued for this redevelopment. At present there are a total of ten buildings under stone redevelopment. Some of these ten buildings are owned by Arun Gawli. The other two buildings also house Arun Gawli.
In December 2020, Arun Gawli’s family has signed the redevelopment documents of the stone quarry. The agreement has been signed with a builder in South Mumbai. The list of eligible candidates will be finalized by MHADA in future. After that, NOC will be issued only after preparing two lists of annexures, said Ghosalkar.