High Court Asks MCC Mayor, Commissioner to Deposit Rs 20,000

7:51 PM, Thursday, August 10th, 2017
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MCC Mangaluru : Karnataka High court in an order on Wednesday directed Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) Mayor Kavita Sanil and Commissioner Mohammed Nazir to deposit Rs 20,000 as security deposit at registrar office immediately.

A single high court bench consist of Justice Vineet Kothari released the order hearing a writ petition filed by both owner, manager of Green Valley Unisex Salon Centre located on Balmatta Road in Mangaluru city. In the petition filed, the duo stated that MCC forcefully locked the saloon after a raid on July 11.

Owner of the Saloon, Francis Kiran Lasrado and manager Vinoda in their petition to the high court stated, they have obtained necessary permission from MCC to start salon in the city and had been running the their establishment according to the law. However, a team of officials from MCC led by the Mayor raided the saloon without prior notice and violated law to close the establishment. Hearing the petition, the court asked the MCC Mayor and Commissioner to appear themselves before the court in the next hearing on August 13.

The petitioners filed a writ petition before the high court after a team of officers from MCC led by Mayor raided their salon July 11 following alleged illegal activities in the establishment.

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