The first transaction, completed in March 2023, involved a 2.5-acre plot purchased from Luxalon Building Pvt Ltd for Rs 29 crore. The second, a 2.53-acre plot, was acquired in September 2023 for Rs 50 crore from an individual named Ravi Kapur.
The purchases, amounting to around 5 acres of land, have cost Goyal a combined stamp duty of Rs 5.24 crore. The properties are located in the village Dera Mandi within the Chhatarpur area, according to an ET report.
A glimpse into Goyal's background
Deepinder Goyal, an IIT Delhi alumnus with a degree in Mathematics and Computing, embarked on his entrepreneurial journey by founding Foodiebay in 2008, which was rebranded as Zomato in 2010.
Prior to this, Goyal worked at Bain & Company as a Senior Associate Consultant. Currently, His company has a market capitalisation of over Rs 1.23 lakh crore.
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