Kangana Ranaut has accused the Maharashtra authorities of working a ‘fake propaganda’ in opposition to her. A civil court in Mumbai dominated that she violated the sanctioned plan by merging three flats at her residence in Khar. She mentioned that her total constructing has just one condominium per flooring and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is concentrating on her mischievously.
Sharing a information article in regards to the court order, Kangana wrote on Twitter, “Fake propaganda by Mahavinashkari government, I haven’t joined any flats, whole building is built the same way, one apartment each floor, that’s how I purchased it, @mybmc is only harassing me in the entire building. Will fight in higher court.”
The court rejected Kangana’s plea for interim restraint on BMC from taking any motion for demolishing all of the modifications. The civic physique served a discover to her in March 2018 for ‘unauthorised constructions’ in her Khar condominium. In one other discover, it requested her to revive the construction to its authentic place, together with a warning that the unauthorised portion might be demolished if she fails to take action.
“I find that the plaintiff (Ranaut) being an owner of three flats converted these three units into one unit,” mentioned town civil court choose, LS Chavan, whereas rejecting Kangana’s plea final month.
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“She has covered the sunk area, duct area, common passage as per her own convenience and included FSI-free into habitable area. These are the grave violation of the sanctioned plan for which the permission of the Competent Authority is required,” the choose added in his order that turned accessible earlier this week.
Kangana has been concerned in a confrontation with the ruling Maharashtra authorities, since she criticised the Mumbai Police and in contrast Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in September final 12 months.
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