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Kangana’s lawyer claimed that 40 per cent of it was demolished before the order.
The Brihannumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday handed down a verdict on an application filed against the demolition of actress Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow on Friday. The actress moved the Bombay High Court alleging that the BMC move was illegal. A division bench of Justices SJ Kaithwala and RI Chagla ruled in the case as the vandalism was unauthorized and attempts were made to prevent the petitioner from seeking legal assistance. The court also quashed BMC’s illegal construction notice.
On September 9, the office of Kangana Ranaut in Pali Hill smashed several parts of the Manikarnika film as illegal by the BMC. An application was then filed in the High Court by Kangana Ranaut, claiming that the move was illegal and demanded compensation of Rs two crore from the Brihannumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
The first High Court granted stay
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.
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During the hearing, the court said that looking at the case, it appears that this destructive move was targeted at the actress for tweeting and making statements. The Bombay High Court quashed the notice of demolition on an application filed by Kangana Ranaut. An assessor was appointed to assess the damage caused by such destruction. Give clarity to regularize if necessary