Akram Ullah, the real owner of Dilip Kumar’s Pakistan house demands for 80 million rupees to sell this heritage four-marala house of Dilip Kumar.
According to the reports, the Provincial Government wanted to buy this house so they could reconstruct it and present it a s a heritage house after Nawaz Sharif’s declaration.
Akram Ullah, at first demanded 35 million rupees to sell this house, but after the declaration of this house to be a national heritage, Ullah asked an unreasonable amount of 80 million rupees to sell this house. On the other side, the Govt. offered Akram Ullah 20 million rupees, on which he refused to sell it.
The Govt has warned Akram Ullah that they could get this house by laws, as this house has already been declared as a national heritage.
Shakeel Waheed Ullah, General Cultural Heritage Council revealed that Akram is a legal owner of this house with whom the Govt. is trying to negotiate the amount to purchase this house so that they can reconstruct it, as the house is in unsustainable condition and could collapse any time. He mentioned that after the declaration of 18th amendment, this house is now the responsibility of provincial Govt.
Furthermore, he revealed that Dilip’s wife Saira Bano has contacted him that Kumar and she will pay a visit to this house as soon as possible.