The Maharashtra backwoods office has served a notice to Salman Khan and five different individuals from his family for what it guaranteed were unlawful development at the Bollywood star's farmhouse at Panvel.
The notice was served on June 9 for the sake of the performing artist's dad Salim Khan, in light of a grievance by a non-occupant Indian who likewise has a property in Panvel in abutting Raigad locale, as indicated by a timberland office official.
Salim Khan was given seven days time to react, as per the notice.
It expressed that the proprietorship privileges of the property, called Arpita Homesteads, situated at Wajapur region of Panvel, rest with Salman Khan, his sisters Alvira and Arpita, siblings Arbaaz and Sohail and mother Helen.
Gotten some information about the move made against the Khan family since the seven-day time frame to react had slipped by, Maharashtra Timberland Clergyman Sudhir Mungantiwar today said that "due process was being taken after".
Whenever reached, Salim Khan revealed to PTI that every single lawful method were taken after before the development work was embraced.
"Every one of my structures have been regularized and the essential expenses were additionally paid. There is no unlawful development," the veteran scripwriter said.
The notice stated, "An offense was enlisted on November 21, 2017 because of infringement of the Woodland Represent doing bond/solid development at your Arpita ranches."
It said that as indicated by records, unapproved development was done on a few events and in this manner, different offenses were enrolled.
"Examinations demonstrated that the farmhouse has a place with the whole group of Salman Khan, Alvira Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Arpita Khan, Helen Khan and Sohail Khan.
"In this way, (you have to clarify) why your family ought not be accepted to be on the whole engaged with doing unapproved development and infringement of backwoods laws," the notice said.
"It likewise appears that regardless of submitting these offenses, you have regularized the premises by deluding the state and the focal governments," it said.
"In the event that you don't give any clarification in the issue inside the said time, it would be assumed that you don't have anything to state in the issue and legitimate move will be made against the whole family," the notice cautions.
Mungantiwar said the notice was issued to the Khan family when the grievance was gotten in regards to "illicit" development at the sprawling farmhouse.
"When we get an objection, we send a notice to the individual worried to clarify his stand. On the off chance that the essential papers are outfitted, at that point no move made is taken," he said.