Rajinikanth pays Rs 6.5 lakh property tax, tweets ‘may’ve prevented mistake’ after HC warning

Chennai: Megastar Rajinikanth took to Twitter and wrote that he may have prevented a mistake and appealed to the Chennai Company over a Property Tax dispute, relatively than approaching the Madras Excessive Court docket. 

This comes a day after the HC had warned Rajinikanth of imposing prices upon him for having rushed to the courtroom as an alternative of sending a reminder to the civic physique. He tweeted out his remorse with a hashtag in Tamil, which interprets ‘expertise is a lesson’.  

The difficulty pertains to a Property tax demand of Rs 6.5 lakh made by the Better Chennai Company for the months April-September on the Raghavendra Marriage corridor, which the actor owns. 

The thespian, nonetheless, has paid the quantity of Rs 6.5 lakh in query. 

His counsel had acknowledged that when the pandemic broke out and lockdown restrictions have been imposed by Central and State Authorities, Rajini’s marriage corridor had remained vacant and was not rented out since March 24th. 

It was talked about that the actor had cancelled all bookings on the marriage corridor after March 24th (Lockdown 1) and even refunded the advance cash consistent with authorities directions. The actor acknowledged that he was entitled to emptiness remission and that he had despatched a discover on this regard to the Company on September 23rd and that there was no reply. 

Responding to this, Justice Anita Sumanth warned the actor that prices can be imposed upon him for having rushed to the courtroom, hardly ten days after he had despatched a discover to the Company. It was additionally added that the actor must have despatched a reminder to the civic physique.

Actor Rajinikanth’s counsel has knowledgeable the Madras Excessive Court docket that they’d be withdrawing the writ petition difficult the Rs 6.5 lakh property tax imposed by the Chennai Company, upon the Raghavendra Marriage corridor that he owns.


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