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- Kangana VS BMC: After Breaking The Office, BMC Has Now Issued Notice To The Housing Society Of The Actress, Sought Many Information
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This picture is from when Kangana reached her office after the sabotage.
- On September 9, BMC team vandalized Kangana's Pali Hill office
- By issuing notice to Housing Society, BMC can take further action in this matter.
After breaking the office of Kangana Ranot at Pali Hill, Mumbai, BMC has issued a notice to the Chetak Society here, seeking the details of its members. Chetak Society is a cooperative society. It is believed that BMC may take any further action in this matter. Earlier, the BMC had also issued a notice to remove the illegal construction in Kangar's house in Khar.
BMC has sought this detail from the society under the Chetak Housing Society Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960 and Rules, 1961, under the Government Residential Cooperative Society. In the notice, BMC has sought details of the 'main members' of the society and a list of all 'associate partners'. BMC has in its notice several documents such as details of meetings held in the last 3 years in the society, account details of the last 3 years and transfer list of members along with current election process, details of allocation of rail houses and bungalows and agreement papers for the same Asked for information.
Kangana has filed a revised petition in the Bombay High Court after the demolition of BMC's compensation of 2 crores in the case on 9 September in the office of Pali Hill. In this, he has demanded compensation of 2 crores for the loss incurred by BMC in his office. Kangana has also met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari in this regard. Earlier, Union Minister Ramdas Athawale had also met the Governor and said that Kangana Ranaut should be compensated.
Kangana Ranaut bought this bungalow in 2017 and the decoration was completed in January this year. According to BMC's 1979 plan, the bungalow is listed as a residential property.