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After BMC partially Demolishes Kangana Ranaut’s Office, India Support ‘Braveheart.’

BMC partially Demolishes Kangana Ranaut’s Office

Moments after actress Kangana Ranaut’s production house was demolished on the directions of BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) for alleged property violation, her film Manikarnika’s co-star Ankita Lokhande took to her twitter handle and worded in Kangana’s support. She cited her a ‘Braveheart’, expressed her exorbitant love for Kangana and wished more power to her. She also shared a picture with Kangana from the sets of her debut film Manikarnika in Rani Laxmibai’s look. 

On Wednesday, the officials of BMC started partial demolition of Kangana’s office in Bandra, alleging it to be an illegal property. Following the incident, Kangana shared some videos of debris and ruins on her Twitter handle and said that it was indeed the death of the democracy.

Kangana was the central topic of discussion in Maharashtra’s cabinet, after she threw sharp words of criticism on the Mumbai’s Police department, and also compared Maharashtra to the Kashmir occupied by Pakistan. Amid the heating scenario, the BMS sent a notice of illegal property construction to Kangana a day before the demolition begun. Next day, her office was partially demolished.  

Kangana tweeted that she has every document and legal permission for her the construction of her property. Neither the property nor the structural laws were violated.  Moreover, Bombay High Court had put a stay on the demolition of properties amid the pandemic up till 30th September. She called this act as an acute instance of ‘Fascism’.

Meanwhile, Kangana came back to Mumbai on Wednesday amid tensions with the leaders of Shiv Sena. Ministry of Home Affairs gave her Y+ security after she received a series of life threats.

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