Saira Banu on Tuesday, 18 December, said she is yet to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss about the release of builder Samir Bhojwani, who had falsely claimed ownership of two plots on which Dilip Kumar's bungalow was built, and would go to Delhi if needed.Banu told India Today that the couple had been facing threats over their house, from "land mafia" Bhojwani.On Sunday, 16 December, via Kumar's official Twitter account, Banu had requested a meeting with the prime minister in the wake of Bhojwani's release. According to news agency ANI, the Economic Offences Wing of Mumbai Police has now expedited investigation into Saira Banu's complaint against builder Samir Bhojwani after intervention from CMO Maharashtra. The police will now file a charge sheet, and has also filed an application in Bombay HC for cancellation of his bail in another case.Take a look at Banu’s tweet:The former actor said she was unable to meet the prime minister when he was on a one-day visit to Maharashtra on Tuesday, 18 December, but she plans to follow up with the matter.“I did not meet the prime minister here (in Maharashtra) as he has been busy. But I have learnt that his office has asked people here to look into the matter. I have tweeted about it. I will meet him in Delhi if needed. I have no idea how I will follow this up. But I will follow it up.”Saira Banu to PTIHow Did Saira Banu Win Over Her ‘Kohinoor’ Dilip Kumar?Kumar's bungalow is located in the upscale Pali Hill area of Bandra. Speaking to India Today, Banu said that it had been owned by Kumar since the 1950s. The couple moved out of the bungalow in 2002, due to its “dilapidated state” and shifted to their current residence, which is owned by her.“It was an old cottage where our wedding took place. His two sisters used to stay there and we have so many fond memories. The bungalow was a landmark. People from distant places would come to watch Dilip sahab’s bungalow.”Saira Banu to India Today She said that she wished to build a museum on the property, as a tribute to Kumar’s life-long achievements, India Today reported.Dilip Kumar to Celebrate 96th Birthday With Close Friends, FamilyEarlier this year, Banu had approached police and lodged a complaint against Bhojwani. In January, the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Mumbai police had registered a case of cheating against the builder for allegedly trying to grab the bungalow of the veteran actor.The police officials suspected that Bhojwani forged certain documents to grab the property. After the offence was registered, a team of EOW sleuths raided Bhojwani's residence in Bandra from where they seized weapons, including knives and daggers.Bhojwani was arrested by EOW in April.(With inputs from PTI) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.