Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Supreme Court rejects Narayan Rane plea against demolition of illegal portions of his bungalow

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The Supreme Court has dismissed a plea that challenges an order by the Bombay High Court directing demolition of illegal portions of a bungalow belonging to the company owned by the family of Union minister Narayan Rane.

A bench of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Abhay S Oka have refused to entertain any appeal filed by Rane’s family company, Kaalkaa Real Estates Pvt Ltd. which owns the bungalow.

The Court has ordered Rane for demolishing the illegal portions on his own in next two months, after which BMC will have to has to take action.

The Bombay High Court had, on September 20, ordered the BMC to demolish the illegal portion of the Rane’s house within 2 weeks.

A bench of Justice RD Dhanuka and Justice Kamal Khata also imposed costs of ₹10 lakh on the company which has to be deposited with the Maharashtra State Legal Services Authority (MALSA) while dismissing the petition seeking directions to BMC to consider the second regularisation application.

The plea was filed before the High Court by Kaalkaa Real Estates Pvt Limited, which had asked for directions hto the BMC for considering the new application seeking regularisation of the bungalow situated at Juhu in Mumbai.

An application was filed before BMC under Section 342 of the MMC Act stipulating the Commissioner for making any alteration or addition to an existing building.

A notice was issued by BMC to Kaalkaa in March directing it to remove the alleged unauthorised work on the premises within 15 days failing which the corporation will demolish those portions and recover the charges from the owners/ occupiers.

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