‘Kangana’s petition by asking Rs 2 crore compensation is illegal’, BMC told to HC

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Kangana has filed a bogus petition seeking a fine, the BMC demanded.

The BMC responded to Kangana Ranaut’s amendment petition filed in the Bombay High Court. The BMC told the High Court on Friday in response to a petition filed by Kangana seeking compensation of Rs 2 crore for demolishing an office house in Pali Hills near Brihanmumbai Municipality.

There is illegal construction in the office of Manikarnika Films in Pali Hills, Kangana Ranaut. Twenty-four hours after the notice was issued, Kangana’s office was bulldozed by the Brihanmumbai Municipality on September 9. Kangana informed the High Court four days ago that she had suffered a financial loss of Rs. 2 crore.

BMC claims Kangana’s claim is immoral and illegal. Kangana is trying to confuse the court by filing such a petition. This claim has been raised on behalf of BMC. Kangana needs to be fined for this work, claims BMC.

Kangana Ranaut’s feud with Maharashtra’s ruling Shiv Sena has been raging for the past few days. Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena-led Brihanmumbai municipality has been hailed by many as the product of a political conspiracy. Kangana claimed there was no illegal construction in her office house. The heroine had approached the Bombay High Court against BMC on the 9th. Last Monday, Kangana’s lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui filed a fresh amendment petition in the court. There, Kangana demanded compensation from the municipality for this huge amount. There, he made it clear that “40 percent of the house has been demolished.”

BMC alleges that the structure of the bungalow in Pali Hills was built without permission. The BMC told the High Court on the same day that Kangana’s claim that the change was made with certain permission was false.

The next hearing in the case is scheduled for September 22 in the Bombay High Court.