Kangana Ranaut strikes Supreme Court; recordsdata caveat in BMC's demolition case

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BMC Demolitioon Row: Kangana recordsdata caveat in Supreme Court& 

The row between Kangana Ranaut and Brihanmumbai Muncipal Corporation (BMC) in regards to the demolition of her Bandra property is way from over. On Wednesday, the actress moved Supreme Court and filed a caveat within the connection to the case. 

According to ANI, Kangana has requested the apex court docket to not go any order with out listening to to her aspect of the story within the case filed by BMC towards the judgment handed by Bombay High Court. 

A tweet by ANI learn, “Kangana Ranaut files caveat in Supreme Court, requesting that no order be passed without hearing her in case Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation challenges relief given to her by Bombay High Court order in property demolition matter”. 

Check out the tweet by ANI about Kangana submitting caveat beneath: 

On November 27, Bombay High Court had pulled BMC within the September 9 order issued by the Civic Body to demolish part of Kangana’s property in Bandra, Mumbai. 

The division bench of Justice SJ Kathawalla and Justice RI Chagla had noticed, “The BMC order actuated by legal malice. There is material in pleadings that smack of mala fide and was done to cause substantial losses. We would be perfectly justified to order compensation against respondents.” 


Kangana’s lawyer Senior Advocate Dr Birendra Saraf had earlier argued that the acrtress acquired life threats from Maharashtra authorities. He additionally talked about that Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut had acknowledged that Kangana needs to be taught a lesson. He mentioned “On the same day when Raut made remarks, an officer (a mukadam) from the BMC visited and entered the property without prior notice. The timing of the visit assumes relevance. As per the mukadam’s report, he just saw the gate (of the demolished property) open and just walked in. Thereafter, on September 7, officials from MCGM visited the property around noon. They took some measurements and made handwritten notes. They also roughed up the security guards and others working at the bungalow and even threatened them.” 

Court had requested Kangana “to maintain restraint on public platforms. Irresponsible statements made by the citizen are best ignored.”

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