‘Will take action as per law’: Dy CM DK Shivakumar on Darshan’s illegal house on encroached land

Share :

Published June 18, 2024 at 4:22pm

Update June 18, 2024 at 4:28pm

    New issue on encroachment of his property has come to light

    'We will vacate the encroachment as per law': DK Shivakumar

    Government committed to lawful action against encroachments

Actor Darshan, currently in police custody for his alleged involvement in the Renukaswamy murder case, may soon face additional legal challenges. As the investigation into the murder charges continues, a new issue regarding the encroachment of his property has come to light.

Darshan’s house, located in Rajarajeshwari Nagar, has been accused of encroaching on Rajakaluve (stormwater drain) land. Despite allegations, officials from the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) have reportedly hesitated to take action against the actor’s property.

Also read: Film producer Umapati Gowda: ‘Everything that Darshan is facing today is all because of his reckless bravery’

Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, who also serves as the minister in charge of Bengaluru, addressed the encroachment controversy today. Shivakumar stated firmly that the law would be upheld, regardless of the individual involved. “Anyone can encroach and bring a restraining order. We will vacate the encroachment as per law. We will do what we have to do according to the law,” Shivakumar asserted emphasizing the government’s commitment to lawful action against encroachments.

The actor’s legal woes are mounting as he navigates both the ongoing murder case and the potential for his property to be cleared due to the alleged encroachment. The situation remains volatile as authorities continue their investigations and legal proceedings.

‘Will take action as per law’: Dy CM DK Shivakumar on Darshan’s illegal house on encroached land

https://newsfirstprime.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/Darshan-House-Dk-Shivakumar.jpg

    New issue on encroachment of his property has come to light

    'We will vacate the encroachment as per law': DK Shivakumar

    Government committed to lawful action against encroachments

Actor Darshan, currently in police custody for his alleged involvement in the Renukaswamy murder case, may soon face additional legal challenges. As the investigation into the murder charges continues, a new issue regarding the encroachment of his property has come to light.

Darshan’s house, located in Rajarajeshwari Nagar, has been accused of encroaching on Rajakaluve (stormwater drain) land. Despite allegations, officials from the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) have reportedly hesitated to take action against the actor’s property.

Also read: Film producer Umapati Gowda: ‘Everything that Darshan is facing today is all because of his reckless bravery’

Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, who also serves as the minister in charge of Bengaluru, addressed the encroachment controversy today. Shivakumar stated firmly that the law would be upheld, regardless of the individual involved. “Anyone can encroach and bring a restraining order. We will vacate the encroachment as per law. We will do what we have to do according to the law,” Shivakumar asserted emphasizing the government’s commitment to lawful action against encroachments.

The actor’s legal woes are mounting as he navigates both the ongoing murder case and the potential for his property to be cleared due to the alleged encroachment. The situation remains volatile as authorities continue their investigations and legal proceedings.

Load More