New Delhi’s Aurangzeb Road is home to at least SEVEN billionaires — including a house owned by Britain’s richest man, steel baron Lakshmi Mittal.
|Neem tree alongside of Aurangzeb road|
And local estate agents say the cheapest pad in the leafy neighbourhood would set you back around £12million.
Other residents include developer Kushal Pal Singh — worth an estimated £4.6bn — and £400m healthcare entrepreneur Analjit Singh.
The flocking together of so many billionaires pushes Aurangzeb Road ahead of Mumbai’s Altamount Road, which has a combined wealth of a mere £20bn.
Funny when you think Britain gives India nearly £300m in aid each year...