The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation on Friday served a notification to Bollywood on-screen character Shahid Kapoor after its bug spray group went to the performing artist’s home and discovered mosquito rearing spots on the premises.
“Our group was doing routine review in the houses and gardens in the region. When it achieved the on-screen character’s Juhu Tara street living arrangement, it was denied section.
“So our group took the police’s assistance and entered the premises. Endless supply of his private swimming pool, huge number of Aedes Aegypti mosquito reproducing spots were discovered,” said a senior civil authority.
“The on-screen character was slapped with a notification under area 381-B of Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, 1888, for not taking measures to counteract mosquito reproducing,” he said.
The performing artist communicated his worry about the discoveries and expressed gratitude toward the BMC for directing the examination.
“Shahid is worried about the discoveries of BMC in his building and the territory. Exceptionally so with the nearness of another conceived child in the house. He is additionally grateful to BMC for the examination that they directed in the region which is helpless amid the blustery season and because of its nearness to the shoreline,” Shahid’s representative said.
The BMC group likewise discovered two mosquito rearing spots on the fourth floor of the same building, possessed by Meera Patel, and she was additionally served a notification.
On-screen character Vidya Balan lives on the third floor of the same building and is accounted for to experience the ill effects of suspected dengue. Whenever asked, the officer denied to remark on Balan’s sickness.
The discontinuous showers have left pools of stagnant water in a few regions of the city. This, combined with ascend in temperature, has prompted increment in the instances of dengue, brought on by Aedes Aegypti mosquito.
A year ago BMC had served notification to the Bollywood performers Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and artist Amit Kishore Ganguli for not finding a way to counteract mosquito rearing on their premises.
As per BMC’s wellbeing office, 122 patients of dengue were being dealt with at different doctor’s facilities in the city.