Pawar, Fadnavis, Nirupam Slam BMC for Partly Razing Kangana Ranaut’s Office


BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis shared his video message in Hindi on Twitter.

BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis shared his video message in Hindi on Twitter.

Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis termed it “an act of cowardice and vendetta” by means of the Maharashtra executive.

  • IANS Mumbai
  • Last Updated: September 9, 2020, 9:41 PM IST

The Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation’s motion in partially demolishing Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s place of business won flak from quite a lot of quarters, together with ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) companions Nationalist Congress Party, Congress, and the opposition BJP on Wednesday.

Frowning on the BMC motion, Pawar stated that despite the fact that he had learnt in regards to the incident associated with Kangana’s place of business he would now not remark with out figuring out the overall main points, whilst stating that there are “many illegal structures in Mumbai”.

“But in the current situation, such actions raise doubts in the people’s minds. By taking the action, she has got the opportunity to speak out. It needs to be checked why the action was taken by the BMC now,” Pawar stated.

He additionally stated that the media must forget about Ranaut’s comparisons of Mumbai with Pakistan-occupied Kashmir or any one else, for the reason that state’s other people know in regards to the paintings of the police.

Pawar’s feedback got here after an enormous row erupted over the BMC’s partial demolition at Ranaut’s place of business, leaving in the back of a heap of rubble even because the Bombay High Court stayed the motion and can listen the subject on Thursday.

Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis termed it “an act of cowardice and vendetta” by means of the Maharashtra executive which he stated has “dented its image all over the country”.

“Attacking people who speak up against you with state support is something that has never before happened in the history of the state. Merely because someone spoke against the government, demolishing a structure, “even though it’s unlawful”, is tantamount to an act of cowardice and vendetta. If this action had been taken against others also, then it would have been proper. But by singling out one person who has criticised you and act against her — it cannot be supported,” Bharatiya Janata Party chief Fadnavis stated.

Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam puzzled whether or not “Kangana’s office was illegal or the BMC’s act of demolishing it” and stated that the High Court discovered the motion “improper” and stayed it.

“Politics of vendetta has a very short life span. By running after one office, Shiv Sena’s ‘demolition’ may start,” warned Nirupam, who has a operating feud with the Thackeray circle of relatives.

Perturbed by means of the uproar over the BMC transfer, the Shiv Sena management this afternoon barred its contributors from protesting towards Ranaut to steer clear of a sympathy wave for her, even because the actress fired a contemporary salvo on the executive, this time concentrated on Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in my opinion.

“I have never threatened Kangana Ranaut. I merely expressed my anger at Mumbai being compared to POK. The matter is over and she is welcome to live in Mumbai,” Sena chief Sanjay Raut stated.

The civic frame used to be on the receiving finish of the social media ire as many customers criticised why simplest Ranaut used to be centered when others indulging in unlawful buildings were given away.



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