Mumbai, Sep 17: A day subsequent to serving notification to Bollywood performing artist Shahid Kapoor over mosquito-rearing spots at his private premises, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will document an argument against him for not submitting to its standards.
The BMC’s bug spray group discovered reproducing spots of aedes aegypti mosquito (which can spread dengue, chikungunya among different sicknesses) in the on-screen character’s private swimming pool at his living arrangement in Juhu Tara Road range.
BMC’s Executive Health officer Padmaja Keskar said “I have requested that the legitimate office document a court body of evidence against the performing artist for his carelessness. The case would be recorded in a day or two.”
The urban body yesterday served a notification to Shahid Kapoor under Section 381-B of Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, 1888, looking for his clarification.
“We are not going to sit tight for the performing artist’s reaction to our notification. We are pushing forward for activity, (for example, gathering of fine) against him and would record a court case,” she said.
Keskar said not just the filmstar, court bodies of evidence are likewise being documented against every one of those whose premises were discovered lodging mosquito-rearing spots.
The community body, since January 1 this year, has documented 927 bodies of evidence in various courts against guilty parties and acknowledged fine adding up to Rs 26.92 lakh.
In 2015, the company had documented 2,299 court bodies of evidence against guilty parties and gathered Rs 32.77 lakh in fine.
A year ago, the BMC had served notification to Bollywood on-screen characters Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and artist Amit Kishore Ganguli for not finding a way to avert mosquito-reproducing in their private premises.
After the BMC’s activity yesterday, Shahid communicated worry over mosquito-reproducing at his premises and said thanks to the city body for directing the review.
Discontinuous showers have left pools of stagnant water in a few ranges of the city, giving a fruitful ground to expansion of illness spreading mosquitoes. This, combined with an ascent in temperature, has prompted increment in the instances of dengue fever in the city.
As per BMC Health Department, 122 patients of dengue were being dealt with at different doctor’s facilities. Plus, more than 1,500 individuals have been admitted to different healing facilities for suspected dengue this month alone.
Keskar spoke to the residents to recognize and demolish mosquito-rearing spots at their living arrangement and lodging social orders.