Arshad Warsi's bungalow demolished by Mumbai's civic body

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 23, 2017

A portion of Bollywood actor Arshad Warsi's bungalow at Versova in Mumbai has been demolished by BMC on Monday. The officials of the body had visited Warsi's house, only to find it locked and had to resort to demolishing a part of it.

The officials said they would issue another notice to Warsi and his wife, Maria Goretti, asking them to provide civic staff access to the property to remove the illegal floor. It was only a symbolic demolition to warn the actor. "The remaining illegal construction will be demolished soon", he said.

Due to a lack of response on Warsi's part, the BMC carried out a partial demolition on Monday. Arshad Warsi was served a notice on Saturday by the demolition team of the BMC with the intimation that the alleged illegal construction will be brought down, reported PTI.

As per TOI reports, the actor has also confirmed the news of the demolition by BMC. The Air India Co-operative Society members told the matter to BMC about the illegal construction. But at that time the actor brought a stay order. Sources said all the floor space index (FSI) on the society was consumed while developing the area, so no additional construction can be carried out on the bungalows.

It is alarming to know that the actor, despite being notified by the municipal corporation in the year 2013, got a stay order from the court.

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