Rajinikanth filed a petition in the High Court, the court said – send a reminder to the municipality instead of wasting our time

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Rajinikanth may announce his political party soon. The superstar himself said this in March before the lockdown.

  • The Greater Chennai Corporation has taxed Rajinikanth’s wedding hall
  • Rajinikanth said in the application- how to get tax if there is no income in lockdown

Superstar Rajinikanth had on Wednesday filed an application in the Madras High Court against the Greater Chennai Corporation over the property tax. At this point, Rajinikanth faced embarrassment in court. The court reprimanded him for wasting time.

It was Rajinikanth’s responsibility

The Greater Chennai Corporation had sent a notice to Rajinikanth to pay property tax of Rs.5.5 lakh for the Sriragabendra Kalyan Mandapam at the wedding hall. Rajini called the claim inappropriate. He wrote in his application that his marriage hall has been closed since March 24 due to the Corona epidemic and lockdown.

In such a situation when there is no income, what is being demanded in the tax? Rajini further claimed that he had also appealed to the municipal corporation in this regard, to which no response was received.

What did the court answer?

The court, hearing Rajinikanth’s plea, said it should have sent the reminder to the greater Chennai Corporation without wasting court time. Superstar’s lawyer then sought permission from the court to withdraw the case.

Rajinikanth was last seen in court

Year 9 year old Rajinikanth was last seen in the movie ‘Darbar’, which was released on January 9 this year and flopped at the box office. His upcoming film ‘Annate’, the release date of which has not been announced yet.

In March of this year he announced that he would soon announce his political party. He said he was preparing to form a party that would not have a chief minister.


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