Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut who is one her way to Mumbai, has now filed a plea in the Bombay High Court against the demolition drive by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) at her property.
The hearing is said to take place at 12:30 pm on Wednesday.
Sharing the pictures of her property, Kangana took to Twitter calling it the death of democracy, and compared the maximum city with Pakistan.
Here are some more reactions on the microblogging platform.
The BMC on Wednesday threatened to demolish the Bandra office of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut for allegedly carrying out several unauthorised modifications/extensions, officials said here.
A team of the BMC H-West Ward this morning pasted a notice outside the office rejecting a reply filed by Kangana's lawyer, Rizwan Siddique, to the Tuesday's notice in which the civic body had listed a series of violations in the ongoing works in her office.
The move comes after a number of caustic messages shared between Kangana and a few Maharashtra politicians on the social media.
The BMC Executive Engineer said that he was satisfied that (illegal) works were being carried out and the actress had failed to produce the permissions/approvals/sanction for it as per BMC laws.
"Therefore, the work carried out by you as mentioned in the notice schedule is declared as unauthorized," said the Executive Engineer.
He also said that the ongoing work on the premises was not stopped and warned that it is "liable for forthwith demolition at your risk, cost and consequences".
The notice also cautioned the actress could face imprisonment of minimum one month and upto one year besides penalties.
The latest development came two days after a BMC team paid a surprise visit to her office and surveyed the premises at Bungalow No. 5, Chetan Row House, Nargis Dutt Road, Bandra west.
The survey was followed by the notice to Ranaut to stop the ongoing works within 24 hours, but after her staffers refused to accept it, the notice was pasted outside her office of Manikarna Films on Tuesday.
As per the notice, the violations include: merging of two bungalows, converting a ground-floor toilet into an office cabin, converting a storeroom into a kitchen, making an unauthorised pantry in the ground floor, adding toilets near the storeroom and a parking area, illegal partitions in first floor living room, an illegal meeting room in the pooja room, converting a balcony into a habitable area besides a floor extension, etc.
The bungalow, which Ranaut had bought three years ago, is listed as a residential property by the BMC.
With inputs from IANS