Here's why BMC has sent a notice to RJ Malishka

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 19, 2017

The notice comes barely a few days after the RJ ran a audio and video questioning Mumbaikars on whether they trusted the BMC or not and her pointing out the current state of many pothole-riddled roads all over Mumbai.

The song, sung by Malishka, was titled "Mumbai tula BMC var bharosa nai ka", which translates to, 'Mumbai, don't you have faith on BMC?' However, it apparently did not go down well with the BMC workers and the Shiv Sena. The BMC has sent a notice under section 381 B of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMC) Act to Mendonsa for breeding mosquitoes at her house in Bandra.

Mosquitoes were found breeding in a clay bowl kept under a pot and in the indoor plant pots in her flat in Bandra's Pali Naka area in Mumbai suburbs.

Sharad Ughade, ward officer of Bandra, told Hindustan Times, "We carried out a routine inspection in Bandra on Tuesday, after which the notice was issued". The viral video song of RJ Malishka was a dig at Shiv Sena-controlled BMC for its ill-preparedness during monsoon.

On Tuesday, Sena leader Amey Ghole and Samadhan Sarvankar, son of Sena legislator Sada Sarvankar, met BMC commissioner Ajoy Mehta and gave a letter demanding the BMC to take legal action against the radio channel.

They also added that the video maligned the Mumbai's civic body while allegedly denting the confidence of thousands of its employees.

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