Kangana VS. Shiv Sena: Why did BMC Demolish Kangana’s Office? Just Because She Opened Fire On Nepotism & Other Issues??? To Build Kangana’s New Studio, Will the Ambani Family Give 2 Billion?

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 Kangana Ranaut has been in the news since the BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) destroyed her office in Mumbai following a long feud between the actor and Shiv Sena leaders. From common people to political parties such as Karni Sena and Republican Party of India (A), many persons expressed solidarity with the “Queen” actor.

Nowadays, social media is also like a war zone, with Kangana’s opponents and supporters hitting out each other, and related hashtags have dominated Twitter since Wednesday. In addition to this, a viral message on Facebook stated that the Ambani family had stepped forward to help Kangana with worth 2 billion rupees, to build a new studio. This claim attributes the announcement to Nita Ambani.

The viral message is, “To make Kangana’s new studio Ambani family will give 2 billion rupees-Nita Ambani stated”.

After her office was ruined, this post has been shared several times to support Kangana. However, there is no evidence to substantiate this claim. There is no such information, and Reliance has not issued any such statements.

An official from Reliance Industries Ltd. said that this viral claim is false. The report further stated that there is no such announcement made following the dispute occurred.

Here’s How the conflict between Kangana Ranaut VS Shiv Sena & Uddhav Sarkaar has begun!

September 3rd: Kangana compares Mumbai to POK

The dispute between Kangana Ranaut and Sanjay Raut came to light on September 3, when the actress claimed in a tweet that the leader of Shiv Sena threatened her not to come to Mumbai. She also wrote, Why is Mumbai looking like POK?

September 4: Kangana’s Challenge Sparked Controversy

Kangana challenged in her tweet that she would arrive in Mumbai on September 9. Stop me, if someone’s father has power. Sanjay Raut reacted strongly to this and stated that Mumbai belongs to the father of Marathis. Shiv Sena began a protest against Kangana. Anil Deshmukh, Maharashtra Home Minister, even asserted that Kangana has no right to live in Mumbai.

September 5: Sanjay Raut calls Kangana a “Haramkhor”

When a reporter from a news channel asked Sanjay Raut that Kangana to be in Mumbai on September 9, and she challenged and asked him to stop her. In such a situation, what action will you take now? In response, he told reporters: “Are you supporting a “Haramkhor Ladki”? Kangana strongly opposed this statement.

September 6: Kangana targeted Raut

Kangana Ranaut released a video on September 6, targeting Sanjay Raut for his mentality. She told that the mentality of people like Raut is the foremost responsible for women’s rape and domestic violence in the country, which promotes the exploiters.

September 7: Raut clarified his Statement

In an interview, Sanjay Raut clarified his “Haramkhor statement” and said that his statement was misapprehended. They were telling Kangana to be roguish. On the same day, the central government provided Kangana with Class Y security, Shiv Sena started objecting to it.

September 8th: BMC team raided the Kangana Ranaut’s office

The BMC team raided the Kangana Ranaut’s office in Pali Hill. A notice of illegal construction was posted at the door and she was asked to reply within 24 hours. On the same day, the Maharashtra state government ordered a drug investigation against Kangana.

September 9th: Kangana’s office broke down #Death of Democracy!

Before Kangana Ranaut arrived in Mumbai from Himachal Pradesh, BMC took steps to remove the illegal properties of her Mumbai office. The BMC team pushed the bulldozer on Kangana Ranaut’s desk. BMC ransacked her office for two hours. The interior is also damaged.

We all know that this move is the result of Kangana’s statement, in which she compared Mumbai with PoK (Pak occupied Kashmir) a few days ago. Shiv Sena is dissatisfied with Kangana’s remarks and believes that steps were taken to break down the office to teach her a lesson. 

After landing in Mumbai from Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday, Kangana took on the Shiva Sena and called her home “Ram Mandir”, referring to “Bollywood”, and in a series of tweets and a video, she describes herself as the daughter of Chhatrapati Shivaji.

The “Tanu weds Manu” actor received Y-plus security protection from the central government but was met with black flags and slogans from Shiv Sena workers who demurred. But there was also support from Karni Sena and the staff of RPI(A), who also gathered at the airport.

Addressing Shiv Sena leaders and Uddhav Thackeray, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Kangana Ranaut released a video message saying that his ego will be destroyed in the way her Bandra house was razed. She remarked: “My house is broken today, and your pride will be broken tomorrow.” The actor stated that she is working on a project on Ayodhya, but now she understands Kashmir Pandits’s pain. And will make movies based on their plight.
Sanjay Raut objected to this, saying that the demolition was a matter of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), and Shiv Sena did not concern with it. Raut said in an interview with the media: The razing of the Kangana Ranaut’s office is a BMC matter, and has no concern with Shiv Sena. You should talk to the mayor or the BMC commissioner on this matter.

After the Shiv Sena led BMC demolished her Bandra bungalow for “illegal alteration”, Ranaut, known for her provocative remarks, once again compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Kangana targeted Uddhav Thackeray and asked, Tujhe kya Lagta hai? You think you have taken colossal vengeance by destroying my house in colluding with the movie Mafia. Today my house is damaged and tomorrow it will be your ego. The wheel of time is constantly changing,” she said in a video in Hindi, informally referring to the CM “Tu” rather than the more respectful “AAP”.

In addition to this, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi also shared a tweet and expressed how the demolition of Kangana’s property has brought shame to the entire state.

When the leaders themselves completely ignored the laws of the land, it is obvious that we are moving to a mafia state. What happened to #KanganaRanaut property today is not only a shame to our state, but the whole country. Leaders cannot come from such hubris-Big humiliation and shame. Furthermore, she expressed ‘where laws of the land are disregarded, tyranny rules.’

Swamy wrote on Twitter: Tell Kangana to keep the faith. We are with her in this struggle. He urged the actress to keep her faith and assured her, he is with her along with others. Apart from Swamy, there are other celebrities, such as Dia Mirza, Anupam Kher, Renuka Shahane, Madhur Bhandarkar, and others who also support Kangana because they condemned BMC’s action against her office in Mumbai.

Kangana Ranaut posted on Twitter: There are no illegal constructions in my residence. The government prohibits any demolition in COVID-19 until September 30. Bullywood watch now this is what fascism looks like!

Kangana Ranaut’s plea against the demolition of her Pali Hill office in Mumbai and the Mumbai High Court adjourned it until September 22. On Wednesday, HC retained the demolition process initiated by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for illegal construction of the actor’s bungalow and sought to learn how the civic groups entered her property when she (owner of the residence) was not present.

Another reason for the government of Maharashtra to take this action may be that Kangana Ranaut opened fire on nepotism and other issues and demanded justices for the murder of Sushant Singh Rajput.

There is no doubt that other celebrities also talked about nepotism, but Kangana Ranaut has seen as much more active and influential. She began to clearly mention the names of stars related to nepotism. The action taken by the BMC and the Maharashtra government appeared to warn Kangana not to open her mouth.

Besides this, taking suo moto cognizance of the recent harassment of actress Kangana Ranaut by BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) that devastated parts of her office besides political leaders, including Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut and Bombay Police, the Himachal Pradesh State Commission for Women has addressed to the NCW (National Commission for Women) seeking relevant action in this matter.

Kangana hails from Himachal Pradesh (Mandi district) and made the country proud at the international level. The state commission wrote in a letter to NCW on Thursday, urging it to deal with the matter with appropriate authorities.

 On Friday, Officials said in Shimla that the state panel requested the National Women’s Council to share reports on actions taken as soon as possible while marking a copy of a letter to the secretary, Maharashtra State Commission for Women.

Is it called an act of Cowardice Revenge?

 

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