Who is Bhavesh Bhinde, owner of Ghatkopar hoarding that collapsed and killed 14 throughout Mumbai storm?

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The owner of Ego Media has a historical past of police instances—over 20 complete, together with one involving rape.Bhinde is reportedly on the run and has turned off his cell, in line with police officers.

After large mud storms and unseasonal rains on Monday, a 100-foot-tall unlawful billboard fell at a petroleum pump in Ghatkopar, jap Mumbai. At least 14 individuals had been killed and 74 injured. The (*14*) Municipal Corporation (BMC) has ordered the removing of any remaining hoardings on Government Railway Police (GRP) land at Chheda Nagar.

Ego Media, an promoting company and hoarding firm owned by Bhavesh Bhinde, put up the billboards on GRP land. The firm has obtained a discover from the BMC relating to putting in the collapsed hoarding.

However, the owner of Ego Media has a historical past of police instances—over 20 complete, together with one involving rape.Bhinde is reportedly on the run and has turned off his cell, in line with police officers.

In 2009, the owner of the promoting company ran as an impartial candidate within the state election from the Mulund constituency. According to his affidavit, he was the topic of 23 instances underneath the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act and the Negotiable Instruments Act, pertaining to returned checks.

A chargesheet and a rape case had been filed in opposition to him on the Mulund Police Station in January of this 12 months.According to sources, Bhinde has obtained contracts for the set up of hoardings and banners from the Indian Railways and the (*14*) Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Mumbai through the yearsregardless of repeatedly breaking their laws. Instances involving tree poisoning and tree-cutting have him and different members of his firm listed as defendants.

The 120X120-foot hoarding that collapsed on the Ghatkopar gas station on Monday was so giant that it was entered into the Limca Book of Records. According to the BMC, billboards bigger than 40 by 40 toes usually are not permitted.

BMC Commissioner Bhushan Gagrani mentioned, “We have ordered action against all illegal hoardings in the city. We are starting today. A case has been filed in this case as no permission had been given for the hoarding. A complaint was also received that some trees had been cut so this hoarding could be visible. We have filed a case in this regard too,” as reported by NDTV.

Although Bhinde’s organisation asserts that it has approval from the Assistant Commissioner of Police (Railways), BMC representatives have acknowledged that approval from the municipal company is additionally required for any billboard in an space that falls underneath its purview.

Chief Minister of Maharashtra Eknath Shinde has declared that the federal government can pay for the medical bills of these injured within the accident, along with providing ₹ 5 lakh in compensation to the households of those that misplaced their lives in it.


Nilesh Desai
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