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An uncle from Afghanistan is also receiving taxpayer-funded aid from the council.
He is said to have registered his driving licence at the Grenfell flat last month, eight months after the fire.
In 20 he organised and staged 260 fraudulent accidents in an attempt to defraud the insurance industry of £6.5million.
The gang would submit fraudulent personal injury, damage, car hire and storage claims under the guise of a legitimate accident management company named Real Accident Helpline.
'They've moved us like a football – east, west, north, south and even to Coventry – but they finally gave my family this council house [in Grenfell] in July 2016, by which time all the children were grown up.'Scotland Yard has investigated at least eight cases of fraud in connection with the Grenfell Tower fire.
Last September he met Prince William at the launch of a support centre for survivors of the Grenfell fire on June 14 last year, which killed 72 people.However, only four names are believed to appear on the original tenancy agreement.Concerns among Kensington and Chelsea council officials grew when some of the relatives started listing the flat as their address on official documentation after the tragedy.Before then, they are put up in hotels and given a weekly allowance of up to £300 to cover costs.
The family denies any wrongdoing, and officials accept some of the relatives have legitimately benefited from assistance.The Naqshbandi family claim that a three-bedroom flat on the third floor of the tower was their main residence before the fire.