The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed Union Minister Narayan Rane’s plea, in search of a keep on the Bombay High Court order to demolish the alleged unauthorised constructions at his ‘Aadish Bungalow.’
The courtroom additional granted him three-month time to carry it in compliance with relevant legal guidelines, failing which the highest courtroom ordered to implement the High courtroom’s judgement.
Earlier this month, the Bombay High Court dismissed a plea of an organization owned by Union Minister and BJP chief Narayan Rane in search of route to the BMC to think about and determine its second utility for regularisation of alleged unauthorised constructions at his eight-storey bungalow in Juhu.
A division bench of Justice Ramesh D Dhanuka and Justice Kamal R Khata directed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to demolish unauthorised parts inside two weeks and submit a compliance report of the identical inside every week thereafter. The bench noticed it’s clear the BMC has accepted consideration of the second regularisation by ignoring rules laid down by the Supreme Court and excessive courtroom and inconsistent with earlier stand.
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It stated permitting the BMC to think about a second utility will likely be an “encouragement of wholesale unauthorised construction.” It additionally imposed a price of Rs. 10 lakh on the agency owned by Rane and stated it needs to be deposited with the Maharashtra State Legal Services Authority inside two weeks. The courtroom refused Rane’s request to keep up the established order for six weeks to approach the Supreme Court.
“The application for proposed retention will amount to the encouragement of large-scale violation within the city of Mumbai without any concern for the statutory provisions. We are not impressed by the petitioner’s argument about the additional FSI for regularisation. Application for retention of unauthorised construction is rejected,” it added.