In RTI revealed, BMC paid Rs 82 lakh to a lawyer in a case against Kangana


The Brihanmumbai Metropolitan Municipality (BMC) broke Kangana Ranaut's office in Mumbai's Pali Hills in Mumbai on September 9 as illegal. The application filed under the Right to Information (RTI) in this case revealed that the BMC has so far paid 82 lakh rupees to the lawyers to fight the case against Kangana. Mumbai-based RTI activist Sharad Yadav asked the BMC which lawyer was appointed in Kangana's case and how much he was paid. The BMC responded that lawyer Akanksha Chinoy was appointed to contest the case in the High Court. On September 22, he was paid 82.5 lakh rupees 11 times. Have paid 3 times according to 7 lakh 50 thousand and 8 times on 7 October 50 thousand.

Kangana attacked the Maharashtra government

Kangana on Wednesday targeted the Maharashtra government by tweeting. He wrote, 'The Municipal Corporation has spent 82 lakh rupees so far for illegal sabotage in my house. Papa's Pappu spent public money to tease a girl, this situation in Maharashtra has happened, very unfortunate. '

BJP leader Nitesh Rane tweeted, 'Mumbaikars pay taxes to pay lawyers in Penguin and Kangana's case. What is left now? Their children will also get married to our money.