Truth behind Siddharth Mahajan Jailed | Siddharth Mahajan Fake documents
IS IT TRUE THAT SIDDHARTH MAHAJAN JAILED FOR FORGED DOCUMENTS?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SIDDHARTH MAHAJAN
Siddharth Mahajan commenced his professional journey in the hospitality industry in 2001 after completing his Bachelor’s degree in Hotel Management from the Oriental School of Hotel Management. After working for 3 years in Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, Mahajan arrived in London in the pursuit of his dreams and possible growth avenues. Following a few short but extremely enriching stints with various hotels, Siddharth Mahajan Tulip Hotels & Real Estate Ltd. He began letting out service apartments to travelers looking for long-term stay options with the comforts and facilities of a house. The business mushroomed and Siddharth became a successful young entrepreneur in the UK serving the community well and offering them a perfect sense of place and home. Today, the Tulip Hotels owner has 48 million British pounds worth of assets to his credit of which 34 million are in lending and 14 million British pounds are what form his current net worth.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SIDDHARTH MAHAJAN PROPERTY CASE
Mahajan had founded a business that was close to his heart and it took every bit of his hard work, astuteness and, dedication to rise up to enviable levels of success. So one day when Tulip Hotels owner heard a knock on his door, he remained blissfully unaware of the jolt that was to strike him. Owner of Tulip Homes and Real Estate Ltd. – Siddharth Mahajan was approached by the council authorities who enquired about his business license documents and accused him of not possessing the appropriate licenses for apartments he let out to customers.
Siddharth Mahajan was requested for a comprehensive interview relating to the documents; however, he was advised against exposing any information at this point by his lawyer. It was fundamentally a no-comments interview. Subsequent to the interview, Mahajan received the first court hearing date – 14th January 2019. The case was filed against the Tulip Hotels owner for three properties that were registered under his name.
THE UNTOLD TRUTH WAS SIDDHARTH MAHAJAN JAILED?
In 2015, Siddharth Mahajan was given enforcement by the government prohibiting him from using the 6 room HMOs without a plan. As per its Article 4, the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham had retracted permitted development rights for the change of use of dwelling houses to HMOs (House in Multiple Occupation) throughout the borough. In essence, the Barking Council had now deemed Mahajan’s HMOs illegal.
During the three-week trial, authorities claimed these three properties were transformed into 6 room HMOs without the appropriate licensing and accused Siddharth Mahajan of not submitting a plan to the council. Following the enforcement, Siddharth questioned why he was issued a license for his 6 room HMOs by the council in 2014 when the rule of plan submission for HMOs was already enforced in 2012. He protested that if there was such a law, then authorities ought to have informed him of the same during the license application procedure. Also, a commonly known fact was that small HMOs did not require any plan and all the three properties in question were, in fact, small HMOs. The scenario was puzzling. He demanded to understand that if HMOs with six rooms or more required a plan, then why he was allotted licenses.
After a thorough examination, one out of three properties won the appeal; however, two still remained under inquiry. Siddharth Mahajan London expressed his condemnation when the tenants who passed on the tenancy rights to him for the properties in question were given a clean chit by the jury. These tenants had used the 6 room HMOs prior to Mahajan and yet Mahajan had to face the allegations of having forged documents. Authorities placed 18 charges on him of which only 2 were taken forward and convicted him of “perverting the course of justice”.
The statement -” Siddharth Mahajan jailed” stands untrue to this day. Also, the police could not find anything suspicious or faulty in Mahajan’s overall business conduct so they could not reprimand him; however, Mahajan waits in anticipation for the court’s rightful judgment.