Process for Aamby Valley auction starts at Rs 37,392 crore reserve price

Days after the Supreme Court directive, the official liquidator of the Bombay High Court on Monday started the process for the auction of Sahara Group’s Aamby Valley City in Lonavala in Pune. The notice by the official liquidator has pegged the reserve price of the property at Rs 37,392 crore.

“The official liquidator hereby invites the prospective bidder (s) to submit their KYC form and on qualification, invites bids from intending bidders along with an amount of 15 per cent of the reserve price as earnest money to be paid through RTGS or NEFT for the sale of the Aamby Valley City….,” said the notice issued by Vinod Sharma, official liquidator of Bombay High Court. According to the notice, the sale of Aamby Valley will be conducted in two phases over two days.

The property to be auctioned is an integrated hill city township spread over 6,761.6 acres, and two land parcels of 1,409.8 acres and 321.6 acres.

The auction will be conducted through MSTC Ltd. The Supreme Court on August 10 rejected Sahara chief Subrata Roy’s plea to allow the firm to repay its investors till July 2019. The court allowed the auction of Sahara’s property saying its doesn’t believe that Sahara will pay Rs 1,500 crore, if the auction process was halted or postponed.

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