In its affidavit on the petition filed by the Bombay High Court seeking compensation of Rs 2 crore for the alleged illegal part of Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow being demolished, the BMC said that the petition was an abuse of legal process. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in its affidavit requested the court to dismiss Kangana Ranaut’s petition and impose a fine on her for filing such a petition. Also Read – Actress Shweta Tripathi gave this reaction on Kangana’s statement, said- Any force here in our mouth …
BMC has filed an affidavit in response to Kangana Ranaut’s petition challenging demolition of her office & damage claim of Rs 2 Cr from BMC Also Read – To ease the pain, Sushant’s sister Shweta did this work, said- Brother, there is no more …
BMC in its affidavit, “The plaintiff approached the court with unclean hands & has suppressed true facts & is not liable for any relief.” Also Read – See INSIDE PICS of Kangana Ranaut’s broken office, these scattered bricks are not dreamed
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According to the affidavit, “The writ petition and the relief sought therein abuses the legal process. The petition should not be considered and it should be dismissed with fine. ‘
On September 9, BMC took the action of sabotage alleging illegal construction in Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow. On the same day, the court stayed the BMC action after knocking the door of the High Court of Ranaut. After this, on September 15, Kangana Ranaut in her amended petition demanded Rs 2 crore as compensation for the action taken by BMC.