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Colors seeks stay on eviction order against Bigg Boss 4

 
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The Colors channel has filed a writ petition with the Bombay High Court against the Lonavala Municipal Corporation (LMC) after the civic council's CEO Yogesh Godse recently served an eviction order to the reality show 'Bigg Boss 4.'

The order asked Colors to vacate the premises in Lonavala and stop the shooting for Bigg Boss. Colors filed a petition with the High Court seeking a stay in the LMC order. The LMC passed an order against Colors on Thursday, ordering it to stop Bigg Boss shooting immediately as the channel had not submitted proper document of the land.

The notice even pointed out that even after repeated reminder to submit proper documents of the property, the channel has not submitted them. The notice also carried that any no-objection certificate cannot be granted to the order.

But reportedly the LMC had already issued a no objection certificate to the channel for the shooting of 'Bigg Boss 4' in the premises of Anti-Friction Bearings Company Ltd. The reality show has already caused a great deal of havoc in an around the area. The place has seen several protest by the Shiv Sena against 'Bigg Boss 4' for allowing Pakistani contestants into the show.

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