Mumbai: Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's ancestral properties in Khed Taluka of Ratnagiri district are likely to be auctioned soon. The properties include a bungalow and a plot for a petrol pump in the name of his sister Haseena Parker. 

Interestingly, only two months ago, Parker's flat was auctioned for Rs 1.8 crore by the Smuggling and Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Property) Act (SAFEMA) officials. 

According to reports, the Ratnagiri properties were under SAFEMA's lens for a long time but due to some legal trouble, the process of auctioning was delayed. On Monday, the SAFEMA officials left for Khed Taluka to undertake the process of getting the exact value of these properties. 

This bungalow was purportedly built by Dawood's father who was a Mumbai Police personnel and was registered under the name of Dawood's mother Amina. 

Earlier in 2018, the Massula building on Pakmodia Street in South Mumbai where Dawood's mother Amina stayed during her last years was auctioned for Rs 3.51 crore. The Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust (SBUT) bought the building for their Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment project.

In November 2017, three other properties of Dawood Ibharim went under the hammer, including the Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment project where the underworld don last stayed before fleeing India. The guest house was sold for Rs 3.053 crore, while the other two fetched Rs 7 crore. 
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