Kangana Ranaut in FRESH trouble as Shiv Sena MLA submits breach of privilege notice (File Photo)
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday heard a case of sabotage in the office of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut. During this time, the court has dismissed the action taken by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) at the office of the actress.
The High Court said in its judgment that the BMC’s action was an attempt to prevent the petitioner from seeking legal help. Along with this, the court has also rejected BMC notice issued against illegal construction.
BMC demolished Kangana’s office on 9 September
Please tell that Kangana filed a petition in the High Court against the demolition done by BMC in her Mumbai office. On this matter, a bench of Justices SJ Kaithawala and RI Chagla ruled on Friday. Kangna has also demanded a compensation of Rs 2 crore from BMC in her petition.
Let us tell you that on September 9, BMC broke several parts of the office in Kangana’s Pali Hill bungalow, saying it was illegal. Since then, Kangana has been an attacker on the Maharashtra government.
On September 9, Kangana’s office was vandalized by BMC. However, later the court immediately stayed the action of BMC and ordered to maintain the status quo. But Kangana had approached the High Court, calling the action illegal, and also sought compensation from BMC for damage to logistical goods. Kangana’s lawyer claims that 40% of the office was demolished till the stay of the court. It contains chandeliers, rare artifacts and many valuable properties.
The High Court said this:
During the hearing in the case today, the High Court said that by looking at the case, it seems that the act of sabotage at the office of the actress has been done with the aim of targeting her on the comments made on her social media. Along with this, the High Court has appointed an officer to assess the loss.
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