The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has issued a notice to actor Kangana Ranaut for alleged illegal construction at her office in Pali Hill, Bandra West. On Tuesday morning, a team of BMC officials from the H-West ward (Bandra) visited Ranaut’s office at Pali Hill in Bandra West to hand over notice. However, the staff there refused to accept the copy, after which the civil servants pasted it outside their office.
In the past, Kangana angered Maharashtra administration and administration by fearing Mumbai Police and comparing Mumbai to POK. On Monday, Kangana had informed by tweeting that the BMC team has reached their Mumbai office and they are preparing to demolish it.
BMC officials issued the notice a day after visiting the office. The notice issued under section 354 (a) of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMC) Act was to stop the work going on inside the premises and to allow for illegal constructions. The BMC has given the actress 24 hours to file her reply with documentary evidence.
Kangana tweeted, “This is the office of Manikarnika films in Mumbai, which I have worked hard for fifteen years, I had only one dream in my life, whenever I become a filmmaker I have my own office, but I think this dream is about to break up, today suddenly there are some people from @mybmc. “
Vinayak Vijpute, Assistant Municipal Commissioner, H-West Ward (Bandra West) said, “We have given notice to Ranaut to give documentary evidence and permission regarding illegal constructions. If she fails to file the reply within 24-hours, we will initiate the action to destroy the illegal extensions. “