Partial demolition of Arshad Warsi’s house

The BMC razed a part of film actor Arshad Warsi’s House at Versova on Monday for allegedly constructing a further floor lawlessly. The move comes four years once the alleged unlawfulness came below the BMC scanner.

As the house was secured once civic officers visited the premises, they administrated solely symbolic demolition.

On Saturday, the BMC had stuck a demolition notice on the house No. 10 in Air India Co-operative Society (Shantiniketan), giving Warsi twenty-four hours to get rid of the felonious construction of second floor (around 1,300sq ft). As there was allegedly no response from the actor, BMC administrated the partial demolition on Monday.

BMC officers aforesaid they’d issue another notice to Warsi and his better half, Maria Goretti, asking them to supply civic employees access to the property to get rid of the felonious floor.

When TOI sent a text message to the actor once the demolition, seeking his version, he replied locution, “It’s true”.
Warsi and his married woman reportedly bought the house in 2012 from a retired Air India captain. Then whereas renovating the property, the actor, aforementioned sources, allegedly administrated the felonious construction. later, society members complained to BMC concerning the illegal-addition. In 2013, once BMC determined to get rid of the felonious addition, the actor has to be compelled to stay from the court. Recently, the court upraised the stay order.

Sources aforesaid all the ground space index (FSI) on the society was consumed whereas developing the world, thus no extra construction may be administrated on the bungalows. The BMC additionally examined alternative bungalows once it absolutely was wise that several others have carried such felonious constructions.
Ward officer Prashant Gaikwad aforementioned, “We can send a notice to him once more and can take away the felonious floor.”

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