The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) may need to get prepared to cough up big bucks if celebrity Kangana Ranaut can prove that the civic body’s demolition push at her Bandra office was ‘illegal.’
Reports doing the rounds assert that the BMC may have to redo demolished parts of the celebrity’s office if her records prove that space was authorized. While the BMC in their notice claimed that they were breaking “illegal alterations,” the actress, on the other hand, in her string of tweets has preserved “There is no illegal construction in my house.”
Besides the breaking from the office interiors, the actress also claimed that damages had been due to her possessions. “My office was suddenly declared illegal in the last 24 hours, they’ve destroyed everything inside such as furniture and lights,” she explained in her tweets.
On Wednesday, the BMC faced flak after demolishing parts of the celebrity’ Bandra workplace, together with some critics saying she had been targeted while other defaulters were also spared. The Bombay High Court, on the other hand, remained any additional demolition to the celebrity’s office. However, reports assert that over 80 percent of the job was completed by the time Ranaut’s legal staff obtained a stay order precisely.
Reacting to Wednesday’s incident, Kangana said the civic body should focus on the shoddy state of roads instead of targeting her bungalow.
“BMC, these are Mumbai road and all you are concerned about is DEMOLITION of an actress house who is exposing mafia. KUDOS to you..!! #DeathOfDemocracy,” Kangana tweeted.