BMC breaks Kangana Ranaut’s office due to revenge, will have to compensate for the loss – Bombay High Court
Mumbai. Indradev pandey
The Bombay High Court has given its verdict on the demolition done by BMC on 9 September in Mumbai office of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut. The court said that the action of BMC has been done with malicious attitude. Court said that BMC will have to pay damages for sabotage in Kangana Ranaut’s office. The High Court has ordered an assessment of the loss of Kangana’s office. Officers in this regard will submit their report to the court by March 2021. The High Court will later decide on the agency’s report to make up for the loss.
The bench of Justices SJ Kaithawala and RI Chagla, while giving the verdict in the case, said, “The way this ransom was unauthorized. This was done with the wrong intention. This was an attempt to stop the petitioner from seeking legal help. The court has also quashed BMC’s notice of illegal construction.
During the hearing, the court said that looking at the case it seems that the demolition action has been taken with the intention of targeting the actress for tweets and statements. The Bombay High Court dismissed the demolition notice in a petition filed by Kangana Ranaut. The court said that if necessary, give clarification for regularization.
This instruction given to the actress
The Bombay High Court asked the petitioner (Kangana Ranaut) to exercise restraint in putting the views on a public platform, but said that irresponsible comments made by a citizen by a state are ignored. For such irresponsible comments of a citizen, no such action of the state can be done according to law.
On September 9, the BMC had vandalized Kangana Ranaut’s office, saying some parts were illegal, against which Kangana approached the court. After this, the court stayed the action being taken by BMC.
Kangana’s lawyer claims 40 percent of the office was demolished. It also includes many valuable assets including chandeliers, sofas and rare artifacts.