Indian among 3 bidders for Pakistan Embassy building in Washington DC


In the sale of a Pakistan Embassy property located in Washington, one of the three bidders has turned out to be an Indian. The Pakistan Embassy in Washington DC is selling a building that once housed its defense section. Reportedly, the Indian bidder for the property has placed a bid of around $5 million, according to a report by Pakistan’s Dawn.

The highest bidder is a Jewish group that wants to build a synagogue in the building. This group has made a bid of nearly $6.8 million, Pakistani diplomatic sources were quoted by Dawn. The lowest bid is actually made by a Pakistani realtor, who has offered to buy the building for around $4 million.

Pakistani embassy officials have informed that out of Islamabad’s three diplomatic properties in Washington, the building on R Street NW, has been put up for sale, according to a news report.