Juhu bungalow: Bombay High Court questions BMC’s readiness to consider Rane’s 2nd regularisation plea
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The Bombay High Court on Tuesday questioned the no objection from the BMC to consider a second application filed by a company owned by Union Minister and BJP leader Narayan Rane, seeking to regularise alleged unauthorised structures at his eight-storey bungalow in Juhu, after the civic body had rejected a first application in this regard.
In June, the BMC had rejected an application for regularisation by Rane’s company, a decision the HC had accepted after the company had approached the court.
After the BMC informed the court that there is no bar on considering a second regularisation application filed by Rane’s company, the HC asked to what extent it can allow regularisation of constructions in Mumbai.