Mumbai: Kangana Ranaut filed a petition in the High Court on 9 September 2020 pleading that the court declare a part of her bungalow in Pali Hill area here broken by the BMC as illegal action by BMC. The Bombay High Court on Tuesday allowed actress Kangana Ranaut in her petition to include the name of Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut as a party. The actress filed a petition after a part of Kangana’s bungalow in Mumbai was demolished by the BMC. A bench of Justice SJ Kathwala and Justice RI Chagla also allowed BMC’s H-ward officer Bhagyavant Latte to be made a party so that he could respond to the allegations leveled against him by the actress Kangana Ranaut.
Justice Kathwala said that if the actress considers the DVD to be true, then Raut should get a chance to say his point. The High Court bench said today, “What is the point if Shivsena leader Sanjay Raut says that he has not given any such statement or that this DVD presented by the lawyer of kangana has been tampered with anything?” You should give them an opportunity to reply.” Saraf said that he also wanted to make Bhagywant Latte a party to the petition as he had issued all the orders related to illegal construction and demolition.
Kangana filed a petition in the High Court on 9 September pleading that the Court should declare the demolition of a part of her bungalow in Pali Hill area here by the BMC as illegal action by BMC. Demand for damages of Rs. 2 Crore. While hearing the amended plea on Tuesday, the court took cognizance that Ranaut’s lawyer senior advocate Birendra Saraf had submitted a DVD containing a statement allegedly by Shiv Sena leader Raut threatening the actress.
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