The badshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan has landed in a controversy yet again over an elevated ramp area outside his palatial abode - `Mannat` - at Bandstand, Mumbai. According to reports, the Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) has been flooded with complaints from the local residents, addressing their grievances over it.
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to explore the possibility of regularising the illegally constructed flats in South Mumbai`s Campa Cola Society, raising hopes for their owners after they filed a fresh petition before the apex court seeking relief.
Deputy Commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Anand Waghlarkar on Sunday warned the residents of Campa Cola of facing serious repercussions if they continue to create roadblocks in BMC`s work.
After three days of stiff resistance, the residents of Campa Cola compound in south Mumbai on Monday opened the gates of their compound, letting in civic officials to disconnect water, gas and electricity supply to 96 illegal flats in the plush complex.
In a U-turn, the Campa Cola Housing Society here told the Bombay High court on Friday that it was ready to file a fresh plea for deemed land conveyance before the Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Societies and to make Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai a party.
The residents of Campa Cola society on Friday got breather of one more day as the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials, after trying hard the entire day to get inside the premises peacefully and to demolish the illegal flats here following as per the Supreme Court order had to return back, saying that they will return tomorrow and may also use force if need.
With just two more days left for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to start demolition of the illegal flats in the Campa Cola society in South Mumbai, the Bombay High Court is scheduled to hear two petitions in connection with the case on Wednesday.
The Bombay High Court will on Wednesday hear two petitions challenging an order of Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Housing Societies granting `Deemed Conveyance` of land and buildings in favour of six societies in the Campa Cola compound in Worli here.
Days after they failed to get any relief from the Supreme Court, hundreds of illegal residents of the Campa Cola Society in South Mumbai now face eviction by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
BMC issued notices today warning that properties of Worli-based Sukhada and Shubhada housing societies, in which local political bigwigs possess flats, would be attached if dues of over Rs 10 crore are not cleared.
With the high voltage campaigning for the January 8 elections to the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation ending on Monday, opposition Congress promised free power to the people living below poverty line while ruling BJD assured voters of overall development.
With the Supreme Court staying the demolition of the illegal flats built on the Campa Cola compound in south Mumbai`s posh Worli area, the BMC is now exploring options to rehabilitate the owners of these apartments.
Hundreds of residents of the Campa Cola Compound residential society in South Mumbai`s posh Worli area are waging a do-or-die battle as the civic authorities began the process of demolishing their illegal apartments on Tusday.