The Bombay High Court has given its rule on Kangana Ranaut and BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) row. Court has ruled that the demolition of the Mumbai home of the ‘Panga’ actress was on ‘wrongful grounds’.
According to the reports the court has also ordered the BMC to pay for the damage. It has been observed by the court that the BMC officials involved in the demolition have acted out of malice and has also appointed a valuer to assess the quantum of damage.
Hence, the court-ordered the BMC to pay the value of damage to the actress. In addition to this, the court has also asked the civil body to quashed the demolition notices sent by the BMC to Kangana of 7 September and 9 September.
For the inversed, Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena row started after the actress called out the Mumbai police and likened the Maharashtra capital to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).
The court also mentioned that as BMC alleged there is no unauthorised construction on Ranaut’s property, finding that it was only existing work as opposed to illegal alterations.
As per the reports, “the Bench of Justices SJ Kathawalla and RI Chagla ultimately concluded that the BMC had proceeded on wrongful grounds in this case and against rights of the citizens, which is nothing but malice in law.”
Reacting on the rule Kangana took to her Twitter handle and wrote, “When individual stands against the government and wins, it’s not the victory of the individual but it’s the victory of the democracy.
Thank you everyone who gave me courage and thanks to those who laughed at my broken dreams.
Its only cause you play a villain so I can be a HERO.”