In addition to the 31 crore rupees deal, an extra amount of  Rs. 3.5 crore was spent on procedural and legal matters. The keys of the bungalow are in the possession of the Indian High Commissioner in London, M.P Singh. This is a great moment. Wishes of the people have been fulfilled at last. The Devendra Fadnavis government plans to convert the bungalow into an international museum-cum-memorial. The architect of the Indian Constitution lived in the house while pursuing higher studies at the London School of Economics during 1921-22.The BJP government had hoped to acquire the bungalow and throw open the memorial to the public by April 14, his birth anniversary. But certain hiccups in the acquisition process put it under fire by Opposition parties, especially the Congress.The renovation dates and logistics would be finalized after further discussions, Mr. Kamble said. The State had beaten other prospective buyers to secure the deal.