BMC demands High Court to refuse Kangana’s plea of compensation

The matter is in the court regarding the action of BMC at Kangana’s office amid a dispute in Kangana Ranaut-Shiv Sena. Kangana Ranaut has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking compensation of Rs 2 crore for the alleged illegal part of her office being demolished by the BMC.

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Kangana Ranaut(PC: Social Media)

Mumbai: The matter is in the court regarding the action of BMC at Kangana’s office amid a dispute in Kangana Ranaut-Shiv Sena. Kangana Ranaut has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking compensation of Rs 2 crore for the alleged illegal part of her office being demolished by the BMC. To which the BMC in its affidavit said in reply on Friday That this petition is an abuse of legal process.

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BMC requests to dismiss Kangana Ranaut’s plea:

The BMC in its affidavit requested the Bombay High Court to dismiss Kangana Ranaut’s petition and impose a fine on her for filing such a petition. According to the affidavit, the writ petition and the relief sought therein abused the legal process. The petition should not be considered and it should be dismissed with fine.

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On 15 September, Ranaut, in her amended petition, demanded Rs 2 crore as compensation for the BMC action. The next hearing in this case will now be held on 22 September. On 9 September, the BMC ransacked Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow alleging alleged illegal construction when the verbal war between Kangana Shiv Sena was going on.

After this, Kangana Ranaut had approached the High Court. After knocking the door of the court, the same day the court stayed the action of BMC.

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Kangana (Scene from film Rani LaxmiBai)

Kangana had targeted the Mumbai Police over the Sushant case. Since then the controversy started to take hold and Shiv Sena started fighting with Kangana as an insult to the Maharashtra Police. After that, the round of allegations and counter-allegations came to an end after the action of BMC. Now the dispute has reached the court.

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