2021 has not been so good for actor Sonu Sood. Just a few days back, BMC filed a complaint against the Paltan star for illegal construction. It is being reported that BMC alleged that Sood has allegedly turned 6-storey residential building into a hotel without civic body's permission. However later, Sonu Sood moved to High Court to challenge the BMC notice. While he has been waiting to take the next step he finally opened up about entire case. During his latest interview, Sonu Sood spilled the beans on the controversy.
Speaking to APB Live about the same, Sonu Sood said, “I respect the BMC, who have made our Mumbai 'amazing'. I have followed all the rules from my side and if there is a scope for improvement, I will try to correct it. I have filed a petition for the case in the court. I will sincerely follow the instructions given by the court and walk on the same path. I will obey all laws and regulations.” Further when Sood was asked to comment on BMC calling him a ‘habitual offender’ he said, “Like I have mentioned before, the matter is in the court and I will follow all the rules as per their guidance. There is nothing above the court. I have always followed and respected the rules and will continue to do so.”
Not only that Sonu Sood even reacted to his recent meeting with NCP Chief Sharad Pawar and said his meeting had nothing to do with his dispute with BMC. Sood said, “It was a normal meeting. I had plans to meet him since a long time. I met him and took his blessings. He is also doing a wonderful job. He also praised me for helping the stranded migrant workers during the COVID-19 lockdown. It was just a normal meeting. We didn't talk about my dispute with BMC during our conversation.”
Meanwhile, Bombay High Court has reserved the order on the plea filed by Sonu Sood. (ALSO READ: Sonu Sood On Coming Full Circle With His Music Video ‘Pagal Nahi Hona’: ‘I Started My Career As An Actor With A Music Video’- EXCLUSIVE)
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