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Bigg Boss house under hot water for illegal construction

Bigg Boss is never short of controversies. But the latest isn t because of participants but the organizers themselves. It’s the organizers who are in trouble for flouting norms set for them while granting permission to shoot in the area. The Game Show is under scanner for Illegal Construction and flouting other norms

While gathering information about illegal construction being carried out in the area, it was found out that the organizers of Bigg Boss were involved in it.

Bigg Boss organizers were granted permission to shoot from August 31, 2015, till July 31, 2018, and certain norms were laid out for them – no illegal construction on the premises, disposal of their wet waste in a proper organic manner, and installation of firefighting equipment. They have flouted all of these norms; not only did they not set up a sewage treatment plant, but they have been dumping the garbage in the river.

LMC officials inspected the area and submitted their report on October 31. It stated, “They have built two toilet blocks on the premises – one has three toilets for women and the other four for men. Besides this, though they have installed firefighting equipment, they haven’t trained any staff on how to use it, nor have they roped in a fireman.”

As per clause 7 of the No-Objection Certificate issued to them, they were to make a plant to treat wet waste; they haven’t done that either and have just been dumping garbage in the river.

LMC chief officer Sachin Pawar said, “Based on our inspection, it’s confirmed that the organizers flouted the norms we had laid down for them in 2015 while granting the NOC. Hence, we issued a notice to them; they need to reply to it within 32 days. We have also directed them to demolish the two toilet blocks constructed on the premises, and any other illegal alteration or construction done.

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