A day after serving notice to Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor over mosquito-breeding spots at his residential premises, the BMC will file a case against him for not abiding by the rules.
An insecticide team of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) found breeding spots of the aedes aegypti mosquito (which spreads dengue and chikungunya, among other illnesses) in the actor’s private swimming pool in Juhu Tara Road area.
BMC executive health officer Padmaja Keskar said, “I have asked the legal department to file a court case against the actor for his negligence. The case would be filed in a day or two.”
The civic body on Friday served a notice to Kapoor under Section 381-B of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, 1888, seeking an explanation.