No BMC notice to Anil Kapoor over dengue scare

The deadly dengue scare has taken many lives and affected several in the country. Just when important preventive measures are being implemented by the officials both in Delhi as well Mumbai—a recent report surfaced over how Bollywood celebrities have been served with notice from the BMC officials over their bungalows seen as breeding spots for dengue mosquitoes.

Last Updated: Sep 24, 2015, 12:46 PM IST
No BMC notice to Anil Kapoor over dengue scare

New Delhi: The deadly dengue scare has taken many lives and affected several in the country. Just when important preventive measures are being implemented by the officials both in Delhi as well Mumbai—a recent report surfaced over how Bollywood celebrities have been served with notice from the BMC officials over their bungalows seen as breeding spots for dengue mosquitoes.

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Several bigwigs from the Hindi film industry had been named in the report. But veteran star Anil Kapoor, who was also named in the report, has refuted all such claims. The actor has clarified that no such notice has been received by him as yet.

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The actor is currently not in town, but maintains that he has not been issued any notice by the insecticide department of BMC.