After Kapil Sharma’s controversy with the Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Corporation, now we hear that it’s Anushka Sharma, has landed herself in a legal coup and all thanks to an illegal construction outside her home.
Anushka owns the entire 20th floor in Badrinath Tower (Versova, Mumbai) and has been living in the society since quite a few years. However, according to a report in Mumbai Mirror, she has been accused of illegally installing an electric junction box on her floor by her neighbour.
Sunil Batra recently filed a complaint at the BMC and in his complaint he also added that the Sharmas had flouted several other laws in the society. While the BMC has inspected the installation and written back to recently wrote to Anushka about it, the actress’ spokesperson revealed that these allegations were baseless and the electric junction box was installed only after all permissions were in place.
However, Sunil Batra reveals that the actress has actually been asked to remove the box. As he told the tabloid, “The civic officials inspected the premises and found the electric junction box highly objectionable. They have asked the Sharmas to remove it.”
He proved his point, by producing a copy of the letter written by the K Ward assistant engineer, which read as, “To the owners/occupiers of flat Nos 2001 and 2002, the installation of 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.”
Anushka‘s spokesperson denied these allegations and said that there was “nothing illegal“ about any construction or installation. “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 revealed.