Similarly, 151 unauthorised bungalows have been built in Murud area of the district, he said.
All these bungalows have come up allegedly in violation of Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) norms and also do not conform to their sanctioned plans, Kadam said.
"Some of these illegal bungalows belong to Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi and others. Today, I have asked the Raigad Collector to demolish the illegal bungalows of Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi," said Kadam.
An official from the district collector's office said Modi's bungalow is located in Kihim village, while that of Choksi is in Awas village.
In case of other illegal bungalows, there are stays granted either by district courts or the Bombay High Court, Kadam said.
"So, we have now transferred the cases to the National Green Tribunal. The Raigad police will conduct verification of documents in a month. All the cases in the NGT are likely to be cleared in the next 2-3 months," he said.
As of now, action would not be taken against illegal bungalows built by local residents, the minister said.
The number of unauthorised bungalows built by local residents in Alibaug and Murud stood at 61 and 50, respectively, Kadam said.
Suryawanshi said the government will go ahead with the demolition process after taking permission from the Enforcement Directorate (ED), which has attached the bungalows of Modi and Choksi as part of its probe into the multi-billion PNB scam which came to light in February this year.
Both the diamond traders, key accused in the mega banking scam, have fled India.
"The demolition action will happen after we get a go-ahead from the ED," said Suryawanshi.
On August 14, the High Court, while hearing a petition, had pulled up Maharashtra government officials for not taking action against the illegal bungalow of Nirav Modi.
The HC had said it will direct the state government to initiate an inquiry into the issue.
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