Sonu Sood always breaks rules in case of illegal construction’, BMC argues in court

BMC has submitted a 16-page written affidavit before the court. That affidavit detailed how Sonu Sood consistently ignored BMC’s notice and how he was active in illegal construction work.
In the case of illegal construction, the son of BMC, who came under the target of BMC, is not taking the name of the problem. On behalf of BMC, it has been argued in the Bombay High Court that the actors have been continuously breaking the rules in the case of illegal construction. Sonu has been continuously involved in illegal construction in the eyes of BMC. At the same time, all the allegations of Sonu from BMC have also been described as a strategy.
BMC has submitted a 16-page written affidavit before the court. That affidavit detailed how Sonu Sood consistently ignored BMC’s notice and how he was active in illegal construction work. It has been written- Sonu Sood is appealing to save a hotel which is against MRTP, MMC Act. At the same time, he has not even taken any kind of license.

It has also been alleged that Sonu wants to earn money through this illegal construction. For this reason, he did not think it necessary to take a license and converted a residential building into a hotel. It is known that BMC is eyeing the 6-storey building in Juhu, which has been claimed that Sonu converted it into a hotel. It has been said that the actor had not taken any permission before converting the residential building into a hotel. At the same time, reports have also come to light where it has been said that a notice was sent to Sonu from BMC, but they ignored him. He still continued construction of that building. BMC has told that this whole controversy started only in January last year when the Lokayukta complained. At that time, it was said by the Lokayukta why action should not be taken against the BMC for not carrying out the responsibility properly. After that rebuke, BMC took stock of the building and issued a notice to Sonu in October.
Now on the basis of this argument, BMC wants that Sonu Sood should not be given any kind of relief. At the same time, there is a demand to take strong action against him. In this case, a big order can come out from the court on Wednesday. It will be clear whether Sonu Sood is given relief or the action of BMC is justified.

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