BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) has issued a notice against Bollywood actor Sonu Sood. The BMC alleges that the actor has converted his 6-story residential building in Juhu into a hotel. There is also an allegation of unauthorized construction in the building. Sonu Sood remains in the headlines every day. He is always ready to help the needy, troubled and poor people.
According to the news of the English website Times of India, BMC has alleged that Sonu Sood has converted his residential building into a hotel within just two weeks. Due to this, a notice has been sent to the actor. At the same time, in this entire matter, Sonu Sood has said that he will follow the rules of BMC. BMC says that they made the building a hotel in violation of the rules and also did unauthorized construction.
The BMC has issued a letter to the actor ordering him to re-construct the building as a residential one. Also, stop all unauthorized constructions and alterations immediately. The Deputy Chief Engineer, Building Proposal Department, Western Suburb, said that the Municipal Commissioner has approved the proposal...The commissioner further said that orders have been given to the Assistant Municipal Commissioner to take action against him if any unauthorized construction has taken place. be done.
Not only this, the Deputy Chief Engineer has instructed Sonu Sood to stop the unauthorized work within 15 days. If they do not do so, BMC will take further action without any notice. It is clear that this notice of BMC has increased the problems of Sonu Sood. Apart from this, Sonu Sood is under question for providing oxygen and life-saving medicines like Remdesivir and Tocilizumab to Corona patients. Recently, the Bombay High Court raised questions on the actor for providing medicines.
For which the court has ordered the state government to investigate Sonu Sood and MLA Zeeshan Siddiqui. At the same time, on Tuesday, the Bombay High Court has decided to hear the entire matter on a petition by Sonu Sood. The actor himself has appealed to the court to intervene in a petition alleging that Sonu Sood wrongly distributed Remdesivir and Tocilizumab injections to those seeking help through social media.
At the same time, Sonu's lawyer Milan Desai told that the actor has applied for interference in the hearing in this case. On this, the Chief Justice said that he would hear the petition. According to the news of the English website Times of India, Sonu Sood has said in his application that he has been working for the needy since the beginning of the epidemic. He provided free accommodation to doctors and health workers at his hotel in Juhu.