Sanjay Raut to hitch Kangana’s demolition case listening to in HC tomorrow& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
It was on September 9 when the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had demolished part of Kangana Ranaut’s Pali Hill workplace in Mumbai claiming that she had made substantial structural alterations with out due permission. It occurred across the identical time when Kangana had tweeted towards Mumbai and Maharashtra Government and had additionally bought right into a disagreement with Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut. Kangana had instantly moved to High Court the identical day following which, a bench led by Justice S J Kathawalla, had stayed the demolition. However, on September 15, Kangana amended her plea looking for a compensation of Rs 2 crore from BMC.
Today, the listening to of Kangana’s plea of Rs 2 crore compensation was held in HC. The Counsel for State of Maharashtra mentioned that right here is not any allegation towards the state of Maharashtra and that they could be deleted from the plea. However, the Bench mentioned they won’t delete them simply but. Advocate Birendra Saraf then argued that even when the discover was served, the SC has already stipulated that the company might not take motion for a minimum of 7 days. He additionally referred to the ‘Ukhaad denge’ caption by Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut and urged that he must be current to defend his function within the demolition.
Taking all factors into consideration, Bombay High Court has allowed the officer who handed demolition order and Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut to hitch as events within the case. “Hearing adjourned till tomorrow”, reads the assertion as carried by ANI.
Meanwhile, only a few days again, BMC slammed Kangana’s plea by calling it ‘baseless.’ In an affidavit, the civic physique urged the court docket to dismiss Ranaut’s petition and impose a value on her for submitting such a plea. “The writ petition and the reliefs sought for therein constitute an abuse of process. Petition should not be entertained and should be dismissed with costs”, it mentioned.