The Bombay high court reserved its order within the matter concerning Kangana Ranaut’s petition, filed against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, as they demolished parts of her office citing it as ‘illegal’. in any case, the concerned parties had filed their written submission and therefore the hearing was concluded, post which the HC reserved the order.
Kangana Ranaut (in file photo) property demolition matter: Bombay High Court reserves the order in the matter.
Court was informed that all concerned parties have filed their written submissions. Following this, it concluded the hearing and reserved the order. pic.twitter.com/2SM7UKJzTU
— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2020
Kangana Ranaut had filed a petition within the court on September 9, because the BMC razed her Pali Hill office-cum-bungalow. The court had soon ordered a stay the demolition drive carried out the civic body. Kangana is reportedly seeking compensation of Rs 2 crore from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation for damages. The civic body had reportedly stated that Kangana’s claim for damages was ‘baseless and bogus’.
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut recently ventured to South India, to start shooting for her film ‘Thalaivi’. After spending months of lockdown with family, the actress has finally returned to the sets.