The Bombay High Court has quashed the order of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation to demolish part of the bungalow of actress Kangana Ranaut. The court has said that these actions were motivated by maliciousness and to harm the actress. The court gave its verdict on Kangana’s plea challenging the BMC order.
On September 9, BMC demolished a part of Kangana’s bungalow located in Pali Hills area. While delivering the judgment, a two-judge bench also said that they “do not think it right to use force against citizens of governmental organizations”.
He said that the action taken by the BMC “leaves little doubt” that this action was unauthorized.Kangna had also demanded a compensation of two crore rupees from BMC in the petition. The court said that it will appoint someone to calculate it, who will issue orders in this regard by March next year.
The BMC took the step of demolishing a section of Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow at a time when she was speaking out loudly at the Maharashtra government over the investigation into the suicide case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Not only this, there was a lot of controversy between Kangana and Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut. In such a situation, BMC’s decision to demolish Kangana’s office was said to be motivated by political malice.