Kangana Property demolition: Human Rights Commission sends notice to BMC
The Maharashtra Human Rights Commission has now summoned BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal to appear before the Bombay High Court last month in the case of Actress Kangana Ranaut.
Lucknow: The Maharashtra Human Rights Commission has now summoned BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal to appear before the Bombay High Court last month in the case of Actress Kangana Ranaut and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) quarrel.
Kangana Ranaut's property matter:
The Human Rights Commission has sent the notice to the Commissioner following a complaint in the case of BMC bulldozers on Kangana Ranaut's property. It is believed that BMC vandalized Kangana's office on the instructions of Iqbal Singh Chahal.
Kangana's office was broken in September
In September this year, an action was taken by BMC to sabotage the alleged illegal construction of Kangana Ranaut's office on Pali Hill Road in Bandra West. The BMC team along with JCB and Hammer arrived to break up his office. The BMC had sent a notice to Kangana regarding the illegal construction and sought a reply in just one day. In the event of no response, the BMC was ransacked in the next office, due to which it was being called a retaliation.
The Bombay High Court during the hearing of the case last month had ruled the BMC action illegal. The court said that this action was an attempt to prevent the petitioner from seeking legal help. Not only this, the court also rejected the notice of demolition of BMC. Apart from this, the court also asked for damages to BMC. Explain that on Kangana's petition, the High Court immediately stopped the action of BMC.