Kangana Ranaut reaches her home in Mumbai; shares visuals of ‘demolition’ by BMC
Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut, a while back, reached Mumbai airport via Chandigarh and has now reached her home in Mumbai amid the Bombay High Court asking the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to stop demolition work at her bungalow in Mumbai.
ANI shared the visuals of the actress getting down at the airport and leaving out the back door, skipping fans and paparazzi waiting for her at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport in Mumbai. Paparazzo Viral Bhayani shared the video of the actress arriving at her home in Mumbai.
Kangana herself shared visuals from the BMC demolishing her office a few minutes back and captioned all her posts saying, “Death of Democracy”.
For the uninformed, the BMC today demolished “illegal alterations” at the Bandra bungalow of Kangana, a civic official said. The 33-year-old actor has alleged that the Maharashtra government is targeting her because of her fight with the Shiv Sena.
A team of the BMC H-West Ward officers accompanied by a police posse reached the office with bulldozers, JCBs, and other heavy equipment and took up the demolition work from the outside. The development came barely hours after the BMC pasted a notice outside the office rejecting a reply filed by Kangana’s lawyer, Rizwan Siddique, to the Tuesday (September 8) notice in which the civic body had listed a series of violations in the ongoing works in her office.
The BMC Executive Engineer said that he was satisfied that the (illegal) works were being carried out and the actress had failed to produce the permissions/approvals/sanction for it as per BMC laws.
“Therefore, the work carried out by you as mentioned in the notification schedule is declared as unauthorised,” said the Executive Engineer. He also said that the ongoing work on the premises was not stopped and warned that it is “liable for forthwith demolition at your risk, cost, and consequences”.
The notice also cautioned that the actress could face imprisonment of a minimum one month up to one year besides penalties.