After Kangana Ranaut, BMC Issues ‘Illegal Construction’ Notice To Her Neighbour Manish Malhotra; Designer Gets 7 Days To Respond

BMC has sent a notice to Ace designer Manish Malhotra for turning his house into a commercial space and making four other violations

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After Kangana Ranaut, BMC Issues ‘Illegal Construction’ Notice To Her Neighbour Manish Malhotra; Designer Gets 7 Days To Respond
As the controversy around Kangana Ranaut seems to die down, here another report that’s making headlines. Yesterday afternoon, BMC arrived at Manikarnika’s office to demolish the illegal construction. Now BMC has sent a notice to Ace designer Manish Malhotra for turning his house into a commercial space and there were multiple illegal constructions. Manish’s office is adjoining to Kangana Ranaut’s property. 

As per the notice issued, under Section 351 (unauthorised construction) of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMC) Act, it is being said that Malhotra’s office at Pali Hill unauthorised change of the property from residence to commercial on the first floor. Not only that the office has illegally erected partitions/cabins on the same floor and two more violations are made at his office, reports Mumbai Mirror.

Manish Malhotra has now got 7 days to respond to the notice and is expected to come up with a satisfactory answer. As per the same report, under Section 351, suggests the illegal portions could be demolished and he can be prosecuted under Section 475A of the MMC Act. The two sections attracts a jail term of three months to three years in addition to a fine.


Meanwhile, BMC’s move of demolishing Kangana’s office has let anyone in anger. Many Bollywood actors came out in the open to condemn the actor. After Ranaut’s lawyer moved to the Bombay High Court, HC ordered stay. After landing in Mumbai, Ranaut had released a video while challengening the Maha Government.  (ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Office Demolished: Ranvir Shorey Calls Out Agencies; Says ‘Use Of State Agencies For Vengeance Against Individuals Is Pure Tyranny’)




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