Locking horns with Maharashtra government has allegedly paid Kangana Ranaut her Pali Hill office and now if the reports are to believed the state-controlled, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), has now fixed its eyes on the ‘Queen’ actress’ bungalow and has issued notice to the housing society asking for the details.
The actress had reportedly suffered a loss of INR 2 crore after BMC demolished parts of ‘illegal alterations’ of her property after which the ‘Manikarnika’ actress on Tuesday moved to High Court seeking a hefty amount in compensation to the damage done to her property. The actress reportedly has demanded INR 2 Crore damage compensation from the municipal body. As per previous reports, Kangana’s Lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui, alleged that the actress has suffered a loss of Rs 2 crore.
Siddiqui told media, Kangana “suffered losses worth Rs 2 crore” as several expensive artefacts and luxury items were also destroyed while BMC official razed the building. The actress has also met the Governor of Maharashtra to discuss the same.
Meanwhile, as the new report suggests BMC has sent a notice to the Chetak Society seeking details of all the main members, a list of all co-operative partners, details of the meetings held in the society in the past three years, and the account details of the past three years and more.
Kangana has now returned to her home town Manali, Himachal Pradesh after her short stay in the state. Her office was razed by the BMC after Kangana Ranaut criticised Mumbai Police while taking her stand on newly discovered drug angle linked to Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, and said that she feared the Mumbai Police more than what she called ‘movie mafia’. Which started a war of words against Maharashtra administration and Kangana.
Being critical of her comment state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said without naming Kangana that who think Mumbai isn’t safe for them (to live in), they have no right to live in Mumbai or Maharashtra. Which didn’t go down well with the actress and she went on to an extent to compare Mumbai with ‘Pakistan Occupied Kashmir’ and then Taliban and then came the day when after announcing her arrival in Mumbai on September 9 Kangana came to see the political vendetta of Uddhav Thackeray led government, Shiv Sena which through its civic body, BMC, brought her bungalow to the ground as a repay for Kangana’s fearless fight against state administration.