Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has served notices to 3 Bollywood actors and a thespian after their residences in suburban Juhu and Malabar Hill here were found to be tact drift for mosquitoes
The notices were served on Wednesday to Bollywood actors Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and Jitendra along with thespian Amit Kumar Ganguli by a bomb dialect of a county physique as partial of their expostulate opposite a lethal dengue disease.
“Notices were released after a inspecting group conducted a check during their residences and in all vital places in Mumbai and found out that a bungalows of a celebrities were a tact drift for this lethal disease,” pronounced Rajan Naringrekar, bomb officer of a BMC.
According to a matter released by a county body, a bomb teams have also legalised residences of Amitabh Bachchan (all 4 bungalows), Ranjeet, Mahesh Bhatt, Sanjay Khan, Shilpa Shetty and Shabana Azmi. All of them were found to have taken surety measures.
BMC carries out drives via a year to quell dengue and malaria though during a monsoon, when a chances of H2O clogging goes up, it intensifies a drive.
Since Jan 1 to Aug 31, this year, 13,587 cases of butterfly tact drift were found and 866 people were served notices for not complying a discipline and over looking surety measures released by a BMC.
Also, a excellent of Rs 23.38 lakh were recovered from imperfect persons.
BMC takes movement and court levies excellent underneath a territory 381 of Bombay Municipal Act. The volume of excellent varies from Rs 2000 to 10,000 depending on a sobriety of a case.
“The notice and charge to a actors and thespian is lodged in a Metropolitan Magistrate Court. Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and Jitendra Kapoor would have to compensate a excellent of Rs 2000 to Rs 10000 while Amit Kumar Ganguly has been served a warning notice.”