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Union minister Narayan Rane moves HC against BMC look on ‘illegal’ alterations in Mumbai bungalow

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Shiv Sena-managed BMC had final week issued a look to Rane, a BJP MP, directing him to take away the alterations made to the bungalow ‘Adish’.

Rane’s petition claimed that the BMC look has been issued in the name of a firm ‘Artline Properties’, which became amalgamated and merged with one other firm in which Rane and his household held shares.

Union minister Narayan Rane on Monday approached the Bombay High Court tantalizing the notices issued to him and his household by the Mumbai civic body over the alleged unauthorised alterations made in his bungalow in suburban Juhu. Rane has sought to quash the notices (February 25, March 4 and March 16, 2022) issued by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the orders passed by the designated officer of the corporation, terming it as “perverse, illegal and in violation of his basic rights”.

The plea became mentioned for urgent listening to on Monday earlier than a division bench headed by Justice A A Sayed by Rane’s imply Amogh Singh.

The bench said it can well perhaps hear the petition on Tuesday.

The Shiv Sena-managed BMC had final week issued a look to Rane, a BJP MP, directing him to take away the alterations made to the bungalow ‘Adish’. The civic body said if the alterations pick up been no longer eliminated, it’d be compelled to waste the same and improve the charges from the owner.

Rane’s petition claimed that the BMC look has been issued in the name of a firm ‘Artline Properties Pvt Ltd’, which became amalgamated and merged with one other firm in which Rane and his household held shares.

Being the beneficiary house owners of the firm, Rane and his household resided in the ‘Adish’ Bungalow nonetheless on memoir of the premises pick up been owned by the firm, the petition became being filed during the firm, the plea acknowledged.

It added that the first look became sent on February 25, in the name of the house owners/occupiers to level to trigger how the alleged unauthorised additions/ modifications in usage of the premises pick up been no longer in contravention to the permitted plans.

Rane’s critical other Neelam Rane and son Nilesh Rane, erstwhile directors of Artline Properties, answered to the awareness highlighting the “malafide diagram”.

The respond acknowledged that the awareness had been issued after 9 years completion of the constructing.

Following this, the erstwhile directors pick up been known as for a listening to earlier than the BMC officer.

Within the period in-between, a re-overview became issued on March 4, 2022.

Simultaneously, the firm also made an application for retention of parts of the premises supposed to be in a contravention by making rate of ₹8,790 as stipulated by BMC.

The petition said that in the application, the firm had clarified that there became no contravention of any legislation and the final premise became within the permissible FSI (Ground Home Index) restrict.

In spite of this, the BMC’s designated officer passed an record fixed with the first look directing the alleged unauthorised work to be eliminated from the premises within 15 days.

Thereafter the second scheduled listening to also took space and the second identical record became passed.

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