News reports state that the BMC has approached the court, seeking permission to raze down Kangana’s residence, alleging violations have taken place
Bengaluru: The action taken by the BMC in which the Shiva Sena has the majority is nothing short of vendetta, vindictiveness and vengeance.
As the Bombay high court stayed the demolition, Sharad Pawar has criticised the move to demolish it.
Now, there are news reports that the BMC has moved the court, seeking permission to raze her residence.
Amravati Lok Sabha MP Navneet Kaur Rana has now sought resignation of Sanjay Raut who dared to tell Kangana not to enter Mumbai.
She said, "Despite being a member of the Rajya Sabha, Sanjay Raut insulted a woman in front of the media. The country does not teach this kind of culture. And when a woman answers such remarks, they can take action in this manner. The Shiv Sena put pressure on the BMC to demolish Kangana Ranaut’s office."
She further added, "Either you (Uddhav Thackeray) come out and support Sanjay Raut, saying that you back a person abusing a woman. If you oppose this, ask Raut to resign from the Rajya Sabha. Every woman living in Maharashtra is asking you this question. Will you keep such a person in your party or give justice to women?"
This morning, armed with equipment to demolish, the BMC swooped in on Kangana’s office and struck down parts of it saying she had violated norms.
The Bombay high court has stayed the felling, but by the time it came, it had razed it considerably.
Several people have been questioning the Maharashtra government’s move to not ask the BMC to go on with the endeavour to demolish it.
As a reply to the demolition, Kangana Ranaut had put out a tweet, saying her building may have been razed down, but Uddhav Thackeray’s arrogance will be demolished tomorrow.
The BMC has surely upped the ante against the Thackeray government. And the Thackeray government sure can’t handle criticism.
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Last Updated 9, Sep 2020, 6:27 PM