Actress Kangana Ranaut has received a major setback from Mumbai’s Dindoshi Civil Court. On the one hand in the two-year-old case, BMC has been given relief by the court, while actress Kangana Ranaut has been accused of violating the rules. This whole matter is about Kangana’s Mumbai house, which has been going on a lot of controversy for the last two years. It has been alleged on behalf of BMC that illegal construction was done in Kangana Ranaut’s flat, while Kangana filed a petition in the court and demanded a stay on that action.
Kangana Ranaut got a big shock from the court
Now in the same case, the Civil Court has dismissed the petition of Kangana Ranaut. The order clearly stated that Kangana violated the rules while building the house. The court has said – Kangana has converted three flats into one unit. She also covered the Sankha area, the duct area and the common causeway as her convenience simulation. This would be considered a serious violation of the approved scheme. At the same time, it has also been told that Kangana Ranaut could not prove how BMC’s notice is legally wrong. In such a situation, her petition was rejected and she would not be given any relief.
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Kangana will go to Bombay High Court
At the same time, when Kangana Ranaut’s lawyer objected that nothing was clearly stated in the notice from BMC, the BMC lawyer said that eight serious violations were mentioned in the notice. The notice said that the balcony was used as a balcony, while illegal construction was also seen at many places. After this big shock from the court, Kangana Ranaut is going to move to Bombay High Court. She is hopeful that she will get relief there.
What is the whole matter?
It is known that this whole matter is from the year 2018 when it was told by BMC that many changes were made in the Khar area of Mumbai, apart from the map in the building. Kangana has also bought three flats on the fifth floor of the same building. At that time, a notice was issued by BMC.