BMC calls Sonu Sood 'habitual criminal'

Actor Sonu Sood, who earned fame by helping laborers during the Corona lockdown, has been described by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in his affidavit in the Bombay High Court as a habitual offender.
The high court gives its verdict after BMC's affidavit. Meanwhile, Sonu Sood met NCP President Sharad Pawar on Wednesday. The BMC gave notice to Sonu Sood in the case of converting a six-story residential building into a hotel in the Juhu area of ​​Mumbai.
Sonu Sood in the Bombay High Court to protest against this notice Responding to this, BMC in its affidavit described Sonu Sood as a habitual criminal. BMC says that Sonu has not broken the rules for the first time.
He has done this many times before. They have also been processed twice. According to BMC, they lived in the building has been converted into a hotel by going against the rules. While this is not allowed by them. That is why notice has been sent to them. Please tell that BMC has earlier sent a complaint against Sonu Sood to Mumbai Police and requested to take action against them.