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Shahrukh Khan’s Mannat saved by Supreme Court
The actor’s long fight for his bungalow finally comes to an end
Shahrukh Khan can breathe a sigh of relief. When he returns from London, he won’t have to start house hunting immediately. The Supreme Court today (March 20) dismissed the case which alleged that Shahrukh had violated several environmental and archaeological laws and coastal regulations while constructing his bungalow, Mannat. The bench said that it is not possible to pick just one person for such violations only because he is a celebrity. The court refused to interfere with the order passed by the Bombay High Court earlier this year. Click here to read more
Shahrukh Khan lands in trouble
The Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority has sent a fresh notice to the superstar for allegedly violating the environmental laws. And it is at the behest of a particular person named Amit Maru who lodged a complained against the superstar. According to a report there are various rules flouted by SRK to construct his dream abode. Apparently the six-storey structure on the Mannat plot has been constructed without taking approval from the coastal agency. As per the norms any construction by the seaside needs permission from the concerned authorities. Also, the plot was originally meant for a public art gallery and two heritage structures stood on it. Again no permission was taken to build a residential property or to demolish the structures. However this is not the first time a legal notice has been sent to the superstar. Back in August 24, 2011 MCZMA had sent the first notice. As for now the RA.One actor is yet to respond the notice.
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