New Delhi : Bollywood entertainer Sonu Sood has become a motivation for some in view of his benevolent work for the transient laborers and individuals deprived during the COVID19 lockdown. Other than orchestrating transports and vehicles for transients to arrive at their homes to take care of poor people, the entertainer has been effectively engaged with contacting each one of the individuals who needed support. He even gotten tremendous commendation from all corners for his work. Notwithstanding, the year 2021 didn’t appear to start from a positive point of view for the entertainer. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has held up a police protest against Sonu Sood for changing over his private structure into an inn without consent.
As indicated by ANI, “Maharashtra: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has documented a police objection against entertainer Sonu Sood for purportedly changing over a six-story private structure in Juhu into a lodging without BMC’s authorization.”
As indicated by the reports, Sonu Sood has denied the charges and has guaranteed that he had taken all the vital consents and was anticipating leeway from the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA). A report in TOI cites MBC’s grievance: “It has been discovered that Sonu Sood has organized/initiated/attempted/did advancement or changed the client of land. Unapproved expansion/modifications past the endorsed plan and unapproved change of client from private to private inn working without taking specialized assent from able power.”
Responding to the police protest, Sonu Sood told TOI, “I have taken endorsement for change of client from the BMC. It was dependent upon the endorsement of the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority. This authorization hasn’t come because of Covid-19. There are no anomalies. I generally comply with the law. This inn was utilized to house Covid-19 champions during the pandemic. On the off chance that consents don’t come, I will reestablish it back to a private structure. I am engaging against the BMC’s grievance in the Bombay high court .”