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Kangana Ranaut filed a petition against the BMC in the Supreme Court, saying – ‘No order should be given without hearing her side’


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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has now filed an application in the Supreme Court against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) sabotage action after the Bombay High Court. Kangana said in her application that the Supreme Court should not give any order without hearing her side in the case of sabotage in her office. In fact, recently the Bombay High Court had termed the BSC’s Kangana’s property case as unfortunate, and also directed the actress to assess the damages to get compensation.

After this order of the Bombay High Court, the BMC has moved to the Supreme Court. Regarding which Kangana has also filed a caveat in the Supreme Court. Kangna has pleaded in the petition that ‘no order should be given without hearing her case in the BMC case which came to the Supreme Court to protest against the Bombay High Court granting relief in the case of demolition in her property in Mumbai. ‘

Let us tell you that in September BMC vandalized Kangana Ranot’s office in Pali Hill in Mumbai alleging illegal construction. Kangana was not in Mumbai at that time. Kangana then approached the Bombay High Court so that BMC could not take further action. After this, the Bombay High Court had stayed the action of BMC.

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Now on 27 November, the Bombay High Court pronounced its decision in this case. Stating that BMC’s action in his office was done with malicious intent. The High Court has also asked to appoint a valuer, who will submit its report. Based on this report, the High Court will decide on the compensation of Kangana. Also, the High Court also instructed the actress not to make inappropriate comments on other people through social media.

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