BMC demolishes Kangana Ranaut’s office, pays compensation – Bombay High Court


On September 9, the BMC vandalized Kangana Ranaut’s office and claimed some parts were illegal, against which Kangana went to court.

A bench of Justice SJ Kaithwala and Justice RI Chagla said in the judgment, “The ransom was unauthorized. It was done with wrong motive. It was an attempt to prevent the petitioner from seeking legal help.

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  • Latest version:November 27, 2020, 11:49 p.m.

Mumbai The Bombay High Court has ruled that the office of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut in Mumbai was vandalized by the BMC on September 19. The court said the BMC’s move was taken with a malicious attitude. The court said BMC would have to pay compensation for sabotage at Kangana Ranaut’s office. The High Court has directed to assess the damage to Kangana’s office. Officials will submit their report to the court by March 2021.

A bench of Justice SJ Kaithwala and Justice RI Chagla said in the judgment, “The ransom was unauthorized. It was done with wrong motive. It was an attempt to prevent the petitioner from seeking legal help.

During the hearing, the court said that looking at the case, it appears that the destructive measures were taken with the aim of targeting the actress for tweeting and making statements. The Bombay High Court quashed the notice of demolition on an application filed by Kangana Ranaut. The court said, if necessary, give clarification on regularization. On September 9, the BMC vandalized Kangana Ranaut’s office and claimed some parts were illegal, against which Kangana went to court. Subsequently, the court stayed the BMC’s action.

Kangana’s lawyer claims that 40 percent of the offices were demolished. It includes many valuable resources including chandeliers, sofas and rare patterns.



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