Narayan Rane’s Aadish Bungalow: Supreme Court dismisses plea seeking continue demolition order

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The Supreme Court on Mon pink-slipped Union Minister Narayan Rane’s plea, seeking a continue the Mumbai judicature order to demolish the alleged unauthorised structures at his ‘Aadish house.’

The court additional granted him three-month time to bring it in compliance with applicable laws, failing that the highest court ordered to implement the High court’s judgement.

Earlier this month, the Mumbai judicature pink-slipped a plea of an organization in hand by Union Minister and BJP leader Narayan Rane seeking direction to the BMC to think about and choose its second application for regularisation of alleged unauthorised structures at his eight-storey house in Juhu.

A division bench of Justice Ramesh D Dhanuka and Justice Kamal R Khat directed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to demolish unauthorised parts at intervals time period and submit a compliance report of an equivalent at intervals every week thenceforth. The bench discovered it's clear the BMC has accepted thought of the second regularisation by ignoring principles arranged down by the Supreme Court and judicature and inconsistent with earlier stand.

 aforementioned permitting the BMC to think about a second application are going to be AN “encouragement of wholesale unauthorised construction.” It conjointly obligatory a price of Rs. ten 100000 on the firm in hand by Rane and aforementioned it ought to be deposited with the geographical region State Legal Services Authority at intervals time period. The court refused Rane’s request to keep up the established order for 6 weeks to approach the Supreme Court.