Dr BR Ambedkar's London home may lose museum status, says report
Updated : August 22, 2019 09:20 AM IST
The four-storey complex spread over 2,050 square feet in the upmarket Chalk Farm was bought by the Government of Maharashtra for 2.25 million British pounds in September 2015 and spent another 1 million British pounds to refurbish it, the report said.
The Maharashtra government has hired law firm Singhania & Co to appeal against the plea on September 24, the report added.
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