Kangana Ranaut withdraws case against BMC, actress slips in illegal construction case
In March 2018, the BMC issued notice to Kangana Ranaut for merging the three flats in Khar. In December 2020, Kangana’s plea against BMC’s notice was rejected by the Civil Court, after which the actress moved the High Court.
Kangana Ranaut has withdrawn her case filed against BMC. Kangana went to the High Court in connection with the illegal construction in her flat. The BMC objected to the illegal construction of Kangana’s flat by illegally merging and it was intended to vandalize the house as well as his office. Kangana also knew somewhere that she would not win in the court from BMC in this case, so she realized her goodness in withdrawing her case.
Kangana again turned to the High Court to avoid any action, after which the court had kept its eye on the matter. Today told in Kangana’s court that she is withdrawing her case against BMC and she will talk to the civic body and solve this illegal construction case.
The High Court sought an answer
The Bombay High Court on 3 February relieved the actress in the case of alleged illegal construction of the flat at Khar in Kangana Ranaut. The Bombay High Court upheld the lower court verdict given by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on the action to be taken on Kangana Ranaut’s flat. The court ordered Kangana to tell the court by February 5 whether she would file an application to regularize the alleged changes of her flat in BMC.
This was the case
In March 2018, the BMC issued notice to Kangana Ranaut for merging the three flats in Khar. In December 2020, Kangana’s plea against BMC’s notice was rejected by the Civil Court, after which the actress moved the High Court. While rejecting Kangana’s petition, the civil court said that it is illegal to merge three flats without permission.
These were the allegations of Kangana Ranaut
Kangana’s lawyer had told the Bombay High Court that the case was part of retaliation against the actress. Illegal construction has been done due to the builder of the flats, not by his client Kangana Ranaut. At the same time, Senior Counsel Aspi Chinoy and lawyer Joel Carlos said during the cross-examination in the court that 8 changes have been made in the flat illegally. After hearing both the sides, the court in its order gave relief to the actress till 5 February and asked to file her reply.
The Bombay High Court said that the order of 22 December 2020 of the Civil Court will remain in force till February 5 and till then the interim order will also remain intact. That is, no punitive action can be taken on Kangana Ranaut till 5 February.
Let me tell you that Justice Chavan, Justice Judge of the Civil Court of the city in Dindoshi, while talking on this case, said that I think Kangana Ranaut converted these three units into one unit because she owns three flats. Kangana Ranaut covered the sink area, duct area, lobby area as per her convenience and committed a serious violation of the scheme approved by FSI.