Whose father's Diwali? BMC raised Rs 82 lakh to fight Kangna - Newztezz Online


Friday, October 30, 2020

Whose father's Diwali? BMC raised Rs 82 lakh to fight Kangna

 After Sushant's death, Kangana Ranaut has been making allegations of nepotism and drugs in Bollywood. Meanwhile, there was a literal war between Kangana and Maharashtra's ruling party Shiv Sena over the issue. Meanwhile, the BMC has so far spent about Rs 82,50,000 on court proceedings against Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut for comparing Mysore to Mumbai with Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK). This information has come to light in response to an RTI.

Officials from BMC's H West ward acted on the pressure on Kangna Ranaut's office at Pali Hill in Bandra. The actress had appealed to the Bombay High Court in the matter.

BMC has so far spent Rs 82 lakh to present its case in the Bombay High Court. Kangna Ranaut started her office with the film Manikarnika at her home in Pali Hill, Bandra. It is alleged that Kangana did illegal construction work in this office.

Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, which was strongly opposed in Mumbai. The Mumbai Municipal Corporation had issued notice to the company under Section 354 of the BMC Act. BMC demolished the additional construction work on its office on November 9 after receiving no satisfactory reply from Kang.

Kangana's lawyer had sought help from the Bombay High Court in the matter following the BMC's action. The BMC suspended its proceedings following a court order on October 5. RTI activist Sharad Yadav had applied to the BMC seeking information on which lawyer the BMC had appointed in the case and how much the entire process had cost so far. Replying to the RTI, BMC said that so far a total of Rs 82,50,000 has been paid as fees.

The RTI activist said, "The ruling party is spending people's money by hiring a senior councilor instead of a senior lawyer on the BMC corporation panel just to satisfy its political ego." There is no clear policy in this matter.

Yadav's first request for this information was rejected. He later appealed and was informed by the BMC on Tuesday.

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