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Bombay High Court asks Sanjay Raut to clarify his abusive remarks on Kangana Ranaut!
Monday, September 28, 2020 17:38 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
On Monday, the Bombay High Court reprimanded the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for sabotaging Kangana Ranaut's office. The court lashed out at the BMC, saying that in many cases it was not done even after the order. If BMC had shown so much speed, Mumbai would have been a better city to live in. Kangana's counsel argued in the High Court that BMC's action violated the Supreme Court order.

Kangana Ranaut went to court against the BMC action and had earlier demanded a stay on the September 9th incident. Later, she demanded Rs 2 crore for the damage caused by the sabotage done by BMC on her private property. Earlier in the hearing on September 25th, the Bombay High Court had asked the BMC whether it always showed the same speed in demolishing illegal constructions as Kangana Ranaut's bungalow showed. The High Court has asked the BMC to explain why action against Kangana Ranaut was not taken under the provisions of the law in which Kangana would have been given enough time to respond to the allegations.

The Bombay High Court bench also said that Pradeep Thorat's client (Shiv Sena's Sanjay Raut) did exactly what he said, referring to the title of the article in the Shiv Sena's Saamana edition, 'overthrown'. The article was published on September 9th after Kangana Ranaut's Pali Hill bungalow was demolished.

The bench also asked the BMC to explain why it ransacked the ground floor when no work was going on there. The comments and directions from the court came after Kangana Ranaut's lawyer stated that BMC used section 354 (a) of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation to sabotage Ranaut's bungalow, which relates to the sites under construction.

Kangana's advocate Birendra Saraf told the two-judge bench of High court that no construction work was going on in the premises when BMC staff claimed to have found illegal construction on September 5th and 7th. Advocate Saraf also brought up that Sanjay Raut has also clarified his abusive remark for Kangana in one of his interviews by explaining that the word means 'naughty'. The judge has responded to Raut's explanation with a seemingly mocking question - 'then what is naughty?'. Well, now Sanjay Raut has to clarify to the court for his harami remarks on Kangana.
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