Bombay HC reserves verdict over Kangana Ranaut's petition filed in opposition to BMC-led demolition of her workplace

by Jeremy Spirogis

Bombay HC reserves verdict in Kangana Ranaut Vs BMC case& 

The Bombay High Court on Monday heard the petition filed by actress Kangana Ranaut in opposition to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation-led partial demolition of her workplace in Mumbai. A bench of JJ Kathawalla and R I Chagla heard the petition and has reserved the decision within the mentioned case. 

Kangana’s lawyer, Birendra Saraf and BMC’s lawyer Aspi Chinoy expressed gratitude towards the bench for the “patient hearing in a difficult matter,” said a tweet on Live Law India.

The actress had moved the Bombay HC after the Mumbai civic physique demolished part of her workplace in Pali Hill, citing unlawful development on September 9.

The Manikarnika: Queen of Jhansi actress had additionally claimed Rs 2 crore in compensation for the demolition after she alleged that it was accomplished out of malice and never an implementation of the BMC guidelines. Previously, the Bombay HC had allowed the actress so as to add Shiv Sena MP and chief spokesperson Sanjay Raut’s identify in her petition.

In the current previous, Kangana has hit the headlines for multiple motive. The actress, who has been vocal concerning the ongoing probe within the Sushant Singh Rajput dying case, had earlier sought safety from the federal government after she landed in a confrontation with Shiv Sena chief, Sanjay Raut. 

The actress was additionally within the information after she in contrast Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and after the BMC-led demolition drive, Kangana had shared movies of her dismantled workspace to again her Pakistan-occupied Kashmir comment. The actress had alleged that she was receiving threats and the Centre had granted her Y+ safety.

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Currently, Kangana has resumed work and is capturing for her subsequent movie, Thalaivi. In the movie, helmed by AL Vijay, the actress will essay the position of late actress-turned-politician Jayalalithaa. 

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