The Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut landed in Mumbai from her hometown Manali, amid a massive protest staged by Maharashtra ruling party Shiv Sena’s workers over her verbal spat with the state government that has now turned into an alleged muscular show of state power as on Wednesday a team of BMC officials demolished her Bandra home-cum-office.
After touching down the city airport the actress headed straight her residence and shared a string of videos on her twitter handle, showing the destruction done by the state controlled BMC.
While, sharing the videos of razed property, Kangana also took a dig at the government calling it the ‘death of democracy’. The ‘Manikarnika’ actress has also tweeted a recoded video where she is criticising Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and his government in Maharashtra and says time will do justice.
Furthermore, supporting their ‘Queen’ of her indomitable sprite, netizens trends #DeathOfDemocracy. The hashtag Death Of Democracy took over the micro blogging site from Wednesday morning as state government civic body arrived at Kangana’s bungalow with bulldozers and started to take down alleged unauthorised modifications and extensions at her home-cum-office building.
The demolition of Kangana’s property came into action after the actress came face to face with Maharashtra ruling party Shiv Sena over few altercations. After which she had also reportedly received many threats asking her not to come too Mumbai but standing her ground firm the 33-year-old actress announced her arrival to the city on September 9 alleging ‘Kisi ke baap mein himmat hai toh rok le’.
As per reports, Kangana’s arrival witnessed a huge protest by Sena workers showing black flags and shouting anti-kangana slogans outside the airport.
Earlier in the day, the ‘Queen’ actress’ lawyer had moved to the Bombay High Court filling a plea against the notice issued by the Mumbai civic body for ‘illegal construction’ at her Bandra bungalow in Mumbai. The court has, however, directed the state run government body to stop the demolition exercise at once and has given September 10 date for next hearing and the case will be heard at 3 pm. The courts has also asked the municipal corporation to file an affidavit in the matter.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday BMC had slammed a notice outside her office under section 354/ A of Municipal Corporation Act, listing 14 violations at her office in Mumbai’s Pali Hills. BMC notice states reportedly stated that if the actress fails to produce permission, then without any further notice, the building will be removed or pulled down. The list also claims that the construction is unauthorized or ‘illegal alterations’. After which few civic officials on Wednesday morning arrived at her Bandra located row house that she has been using as her home-cum-office, to take down the alleged unauthorised structure.