On September 9, a division bench of Justices S.J. Kathawalla and R.I. Chagla stayed the process of demolition. This was followed by affidavits and affidavits which were filed by the actor and the civic body.
Kangana, in her plea filed in the High Court on September 9, sought that the demolition carried out by the BMC at her Pali Hill bungalow should be declared illegal. She subsequently changed her plea to demand Rs 2 crore as damages from the BMC and its officials.
The Bombay High Court had directed Shiv Sena chief spokesperson Sanjay Raut to file his reply to actreas Kangana Ranaut’s petition against the demolition of a part of her bungalow in Mumbai by the civic body and it’s officials.
Oct 5th, 2020
The Bombay High Court today reserved its order on a petition filed by Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut against the demolition of a portion of her bungalow by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) after the court was informed that all concerned parties have filed their written submissions.