Ranvir Shorey slams BMC after demolition drive at Kangana Ranaut's workplace; writes 'pure tyranny'

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On Wednesday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officers arrived at Kangana Ranaut’s Pali Hill office-cum-studio in Mumbai and set a demolition drive. The actress who was on her approach again to Mumbai, shared photographs and movies of her workspace being partially destroyed by the civic physique. An indignant Kangana slammed the serving authorities (Shiv Sena) for his or her transfer. 

The incident gained momentum and regardless of Kangana who is thought for her controversial statements obtained assist from the Bollywood business with celebs like Dia Mirza, Ankita Lokhande, Himanshi Khurana amongst different talking in her favour. 

Actor Ranvir Shorey additionally took to his Twitter account and slammed the ‘state businesses’ for going towards people regardless of how ‘provocative’ the individual may be. “The use of state agencies for vengeance against individuals is pure tyranny, no matter how provocative the person may be. More so when the agency involved is only known for incompetence and corruption. #shame,” Ranvir tweeted. 

Take a have a look at his tweet:

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The Queen actress’ lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui moved to Bombay High Court that additional requested the BMC to cease the demolition drive. She lately landed herself in a pool of controversies after she in contrast Mumbai to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) which irked a number of Marahastra politicians. 

Meanwhile, a bunch of Bollywood celebs got here in assist of her and took to their respective social media handles and voiced out their opinions. 

An infuriated Kangana, in on of her tweets attacked the Shiv Sena authorities and wrote, “Today they have demolished my house tomorrow it will be yours, governments come and go when you normalise violent suppression of a voice it becomes the norm, today one person being burned at the stake tomorrow it will be jowhar of thousands,wake up now.”


The actress landed in Mumbai yesterday with ‘Y-plus’ safety supplied by the Home Ministry. 

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