The Bombay High Court while hearing Kangana Ranaut’s plea against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) observed that they cannot leave the partly demolished property of the actress as it is so it will be hearing her case on September 25. Reacting to the news, Kangana took to her Twitter handle to express her gratitude towards the Honourable Justice of the High Court.
Check out the tweet here:
She wrote, ‘Honourable Justice HC, this brought tears to my eyes, in the lashing rains of Mumbai my house is indeed falling apart, you thought about my broken house with so much compassion and concern means a lot to me, my heart is healed thank you for giving me back all that I had lost.’
According to reports, after the counsel for MCGM officer Bhagyavant Late sought more time to file an affidavit, the HC observed that they cannot leave the partly demolished house the way it is and so they will start hearing the petition tomorrow. The bench also slammed the BMC stating that they need time here but otherwise they are very fast.
Sanjay Raut’s lawyer Pradeep Thorat also sought more time as his client is currently in Delhi, attending the ongoing session of Parliament. The HC granted both of them time till next Tuesday to file their affidavits. At the same time, it observed that it is monsoon and the bungalow is partly demolished, so the hearing cannot be delayed any further. It allowed the petitioner’s advocate to begin arguments tomorrow.
Earlier today, Kangana took a dig at the Maharashtra Government after the death toll of the Bhiwandi building collapse rose to 38. Stating that the death toll in the building collapse was more than the number of “innocent lives lost” during the Pulwama terror attack, she blamed the Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, and the BMC for “negligence”.