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Mr Hathi said: 'I was not aware there was anybody else there. Speaking at his family's home, he said: 'It's probably best to talk to my father if you want to know anything.I was absolutely shocked to find out what happened. I don't know anything about it to be honest.'He later left the house in one of the Mercedes cars without commenting further.His solicitor Alex Peebles suggests the Equality Act 2010 had been breached.An EHRC spokesperson said: "This type of sign should be a thing of the past."Banning people from services based on their race or nationality is discrimination and unlawful.The landlords of a semi-detached house where 35 Eastern European men were found living illegally in squalor are two doctor brothers and their mother who live a luxury lifestyle, Mail Online can reveal.
' "This disturbing sign should have never been displayed as it clearly discriminates against people from Poland and other eastern European countries." Rado launched a crowdfunding page after the fishery ignored his letter from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).Her estranged husband Sudhir Hathi, 65, lives in a detached house worth around £900,000 in Beverley Drive, Edgeware, just 400 yards from the raided house.He insisted that the family had no knowledge of the home being lived in by so many people.The businessman, who also has a property rental company, said he rented out the house privately to a couple and another man six-weeks ago and believed they were the only ones living there.
'I am very angry with Brent Council for putting out a statement calling me a rogue landlord which is totally out of order,' he said.'They also said they were trying to trace me which implied I had run away.
I am not trying to run away from anything.' He added that 'to add insult to injury', he had left a phone message and emailed the council official dealing with the case, but nobody had replied to him.'I am really a victim here.