Anushka Sharma falls into a legal trouble after neighbour complaints to BMC.
Looks like after Kapil Sharma, Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma has landed into a trouble with BMC (Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Corporation). As per reports, the Phillauri actress has landed into a legal trouble after being accused of illegally installing an electric junction box on her floor by the building’s former secretary, Sunil Batra. As per reports, Anushka Sharma owns the entire 20th floor in Badrinath Tower (Versova, Mumbai) and has been living in the society since quite a few years.
According to reports, Sunil Batra in his complaint has mentioned that Sharmas have breached many other society rules as well. However, Anushka Sharma’s spokesperson has called these allegations baseless and also said that Anushka Sharma’s family has abided by all rules of the BMC and the society.
“The actress owns three flats on the 20th floor, and all permissions since 2013 are in place. Anushka and her family are law abiding and responsible citizens and wouldn’t do anything to inconvenience or harm anyone,” the spokesperson said.
To prove his point, Sunil produced a copy of the letter written by the K Ward assistant engineer (Building and Factory, BMC), which said: “To the owners/occupiers of flat Nos 2001 and 2002, the installation of the electric junction box in the common passage area of society is highly objectionable. You are directed to remove the box otherwise necessary action will be initiated as per the MMC Act.”
While talking to a leading daily, one of the residents in support of Anushka Sharma and his family has said, “This particular individual claiming that the construction is illegal, himself has multiple illegal parking spaces, apart from other illegal constructions in and around his house.”
Reports also suggest that the complainant wants to remove personal grudges and dragging things into public as Anushka Sharma is a public figure. Meanwhile, BMC has written to the actress regarding the electric box. It remains to see what action BMC takes further in the matter.