BMC threatens to raze Kangana workplace for unlawful constructions

Mumbai, September 9

The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday threatened to demolish the Bandra workplace of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut for allegedly finishing up a number of unauthorised modifications/extensions, officers stated right here.

A crew of the BMC H-West Ward this morning pasted a discover exterior the workplace rejecting a reply filed by Kangana’s lawyer, Rizwan Siddique, to the Tuesday’s discover through which the civic physique had listed a collection of violations within the ongoing works in her workplace.

The transfer comes after a variety of caustic messages shared between Kangana and some Maharashtra politicians on the social media.

The BMC Executive Engineer stated that he was glad that (unlawful) works had been being carried out and the actress had failed to supply the permissions/approvals/sanction for it as per BMC legal guidelines.

“Therefore, the work carried out by you as mentioned in the notice schedule is declared as unauthorised,” stated the Executive Engineer.

He additionally stated that the continuing work on the premises was not stopped and warned that it’s “liable for forthwith demolition at your risk, cost and consequences”.

The discover additionally cautioned the actress may face imprisonment of minimal one month and upto one yr apart from penalties.

The newest growth got here two days after a BMC crew paid a shock go to to her workplace and surveyed the premises at Bungalow No. 5, Chetan Row House, Nargis Dutt Road, Bandra west.

The survey was adopted by the discover to Ranaut to cease the continuing works inside 24 hours, however after her staffers refused to just accept it, the discover was pasted exterior her workplace of Manikarna Films on Tuesday.

As per the discover, the violations embody: merging of two bungalows, changing a ground-floor bathroom into an workplace cabin, changing a storeroom right into a kitchen, making an unauthorised pantry within the floor flooring, including bogs close to the storeroom and a parking space, unlawful partitions in first flooring front room, an unlawful assembly room within the pooja room, changing a balcony right into a liveable space apart from a flooring extension, and so forth.

The bungalow, which Ranaut had purchased three years in the past, is listed as a residential property by the BMC.


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