Sonu Sood has so far not said anything about the notice issued by the BMC and has later been called a ‘habitual offender’ in the High Court. But in the meantime he tweeted, saying that he may have indirectly targeted the BMC. ‘This thing is of the world … Why is it good if someone is good,’ Sonu Sood wrote in a tweet. In Sonu Sood’s tweet, no one tagged or said anything, but people are seeing this as a response to the BMC’s move.
Users have mixed reaction to this tweet by Sonu Sood. In response to this tweet, many have posted the news of the affidavit of the BMC in the High Court, while some have claimed that government agencies are harassing Sonu Sood. In fact, Sonu Sood came to light in the corona era for arranging to bring distressed workers to their homes.
He helped thousands of people reach their destination. Sonu Sood’s popularity is that his fans have built a temple in his name, Telangana. A statue of Sonu Sood is also installed in this temple. Moreover, Sonu Sood has written a book on this behavior of the people, the title – I am not the Messiah.
This is also a problem ..
Why is it good if someone is good.
– Sonu Sood (on SonuSood) January 13, 2021
In fact, BMC has accused Sonu Sood of converting a 6-storey residential building into a hotel without permission. The BMC filed a police complaint on January 7 on the same issue. The actor had moved to the High Court against BMC’s earlier notice. Sonu Sood had reached the High Court in connection with the case. The Bombay High Court, at the hearing, suspended any action by BMC on the actor’s building till January 13.
Meanwhile, by filing an affidavit in court on January 12, the BMC has called Sonu Sood a ‘habitual offender’. Significantly, Sonu Sood met NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Wednesday. It is believed that he met the senior Maratha leader only after this notice.