Mumbai: Civic body gives clean chit to actor Anushka Sharma

11 Jul 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
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Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma, who was served a notice by BMC following a complaint regarding an unauthorized installation of an electric junction box in the common passage of Versova tower's 20th floor, has now been given a clean chit by BMC.

The BMC, in a letter addressed to complainant, has said the "common passage is owned by Sharma".

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