Sonu Sood has challenged the Bombay High Court orders in the Supreme Court

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Sonu Sood has challenged the Bombay High Court
Actor Sonu Sood.
  • Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has challenged the orders of the Bombay High Court in the Supreme Court in a case alleging illegal structural alterations to his residence in suburban Juhu.

Mumbai. Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has challenged the orders of the Bombay High Court in the Supreme Court in a case alleging illegal structural alterations to his residence in suburban Juhu.

The Bombay High Court rejected Sonu Sood’s petition in the case. The Supreme Court has not yet fixed a trial date in the case.

High Court Justice Prithviraj Chavan, who heard Sonu Sood’s petition, said, “The ball is now in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation court.”

Only the BMC can decide in this regard. Sonu Sood sought separate leave from the court for at least 10 weeks as per the BMC orders.

High Court on this, you are too late. You have enough time for all this. The law also helps those who work hard.

Let us know that BMC called Sudha a ‘habitual criminal’ during the trial in January. BMC said that Sonu Sood was constantly violating the rules in the case of illegal construction.

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Sonu Sood allegedly built without permission during a lockdown to a residential building in suburban Juhu.

BMC has issued a notice to them in this regard. Sonu has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court against the notice.

Sonu Sood said in a petition filed last week by lawyer DP Singh that he had not done any illegal construction in the 6-story Shakti Sagar building.

Sood, in a petition filed in the court last week by advocate DP Singh alleging that he had not done any ‘illegal or unauthorized construction’ in the six-story Shaktisagar building, did not make the changes required for BMC permission.

Only changes permitted under the Maharashtra Regional and Urban Planning (MRTP) Act have been made. Sonu Sood did not get relief from the Bombay High Court in this case. Source link

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