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- Actress Kangna Ranaut Again Target BMC And Maharashtra Goverment Says The Attempts To Break My House After My Work Place
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On Monday morning, actress Kangana Ranot left for the airport from her Mumbai home.
- BMC has issued another notice to actress Kangana Ranot for breaking the illegal construction in Khar home.
- Kangana lives on the 5th floor of a building on No. 16 Road of DB Breeze (Orchid Breeze) in Khar West, Mumbai.
Mumbai left for Manali on Monday morning with actress Kangana Ranot's sister Rangoli. Before leaving for Manali, the actress has targeted the Maharashtra government in two tweets. Earlier on Sunday, a new notice has been sent by the Mumbai BMC regarding the actress' house. This notice is about the illegal construction done inside the flats at Khar in Kangana. BMC says that Kangana's house has been constructed illegally in violation of more rules than her office.
Kangana lives on the 5th floor of a building on No. 16 Road of DB Breeze (Orchid Breeze) in Khar West, Mumbai. Kangana has a total of 3 flats on this floor, one of which is 797 sq ft, the other is 711 sq ft and the other is 459 sq ft. At present, the case of illegal construction in Kangna's house is in the court, which will be heard on 25 September.
Kangana said – I am leaving Mumbai with a heavy heart
Before leaving Mumbai, Kangana said in a tweet, “I am leaving Mumbai with a heavy heart, the way I was constantly terrorized these days and after my work place trying to break my house, the constant attacks and Abuses were given, there was a vigilant security around me, I must say that my point about PoK was right. “
Apart from this, the actress wrote another tweet …
Answer will be filed in high court today
Today, his lawyer has to submit his reply to the High Court on illegal construction in the office. Today, he has to hand over the necessary documents related to the office. At the same time, the court has asked BMC to give a written reply by September 18. Kangana's lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui alleged that BMC carried out this action in an unlawful manner. For this, he went to the Bombay High Court on Wednesday and an immediate hearing was held, after which the sabotage was banned.
According to BMC, violation of rules in Kangana flat here