Reports doing the rounds claim that the BMC may have to redo demolished portions of the actress’ office if her documents prove that the space was authorised. While the BMC in their notice claimed that they were only breaking down “illegal alterations”, the actress, on the other hand in her series of tweets has maintained “There is no illegal construction in my house.”
Besides the breaking down of the office interiors, the actress also claimed that damages were caused to her belongings. “My office was suddenly declared illegal in last 24 hours, they have destroyed everything inside including furniture and lights,” she said in her tweets.
On Wednesday, the BMC faced flak after demolishing portions of the actress’ Bandra office, with some critics saying she was targeted while other defaulters were spared. The Bombay High Court, on the other hand, stayed any further demolition to the actress’ office. However, reports claim that over 80% of the work was done by the time Ranaut’s legal team got a stay order for the same.
Reacting to Wednesday’s incident, Kangana said the civic body should focus on the shoddy state of roads instead of targeting her bungalow.
“BMC, these are Mumbai road and all you are concerned about is DEMOLITION of an actress house who is exposing mafia. KUDOS to you..!! #DeathOfDemocracy,” Kangana tweeted.