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- The high court, after releasing the actress, ordered a stay in the bungalow.
- Kangana’s lawyer claimed that it was demolished 40 percent before the order.
The Brihannumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has filed an affidavit in the High Court on Thursday in connection with the demolition of the office of Pali Pahar actress Kangana Ranaut. It claimed that the application filed by the actress was an abuse of legal process, so that application should be dismissed and fined. Earlier on September 14, Kangana Ki had replied to the case. The next hearing in the case is set for September 22.
On September 9, the office of Kangana Ranaut in Pali Hill smashed several parts of the Manikarnika film as illegal by the BMC. After which Kangana Ranaut filed an application in the High Court stating that the move was illegal and demanded compensation of Rs 2 crore from the Brihannumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
The High Court was also directed to maintain the status quo in the bungalow for the release of the actress, but the bungalow was demolished by 40 per cent till Kangana’s lawyer demanded it. It has many valuable resources including chandeliers, sofas and rare patterns.
BMC said in the affidavit
The affidavit states that the writ petition and the relief sought therein violated the legal process. Therefore, the matter of this application should not be considered and it should be dismissed with a fine. The BMC further stated in its affidavit that they had demolished the illegal construction at Kangna’s office as per any legal process.
The BMC said in an affidavit in the High Court that the toilet on the ground floor of actress Kangana Ranaut’s office had been illegally converted into a room. The kitchen was illegally built downstairs. In addition, pantries, toilets, cabins, shrines and many other constructions have been done illegally.
Kangana returned to Manali on 14 September
Kangana Ranaut reached Mumbai on 19 September. On September 13, he met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshieri and told him about the injustice. He returned to Manali from Mumbai on the morning of 14 September. Even after reaching his hometown, he was a regular attacker on the Shiv Sena, the Congress and the Maharashtra government.