COVID-19: Mumbai Builders Offer Unsold Flats for Quarantining

COVID-19: Mumbai Builders Offer Unsold Flats for Quarantining

The Quint
Mumbai developers have offered their upcoming properties to state authorities to use as quarantine centres. (Representational image only.)

As the number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra continues to rise, Mumbai-based developers have offered their properties to state authorities to combat the crisis. Top names such as the Hiranandani Group and Godrej Properties have offered their unsold and semi-constructed units to the BMC, reported Livemint. The civic body is yet to accept help from builders as the focus so far has largely been on increasing beds at hospitals.

Niranjan Hiranandani, Co-founder and Managing Director, Hiranandani Group to Livemint "Many developers have come forward and offered inventory to the government for isolating people, if required.
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