The Madras High Court rejects Rajinikanth’s Plea against his Property Tax for Raghavendra Marriage Hall. The court has warned Rajinikanth stating it would penalise him for wasting the court’s time with his unnecessary petition.
The judge said don’t waste the court’s time
The Madras High court has warned Rajini stating it would penalise him for wasting the court’s time with his unnecessary petition
According to the Chennai Corporation tax invoice, he has to pay ₹6,50,660 for property tax for his the marriage hall tax period from April to September 2020.
Chennai Corporation send tax income to Rajini
Rajanikanth had appealed against the payment of income tax of Rs 6,50,660 in connection with “Raghavendra Marriage Hall”. But Rajini appeal to the court, he said there is no activity and income from Raghavendra Marriage Hall for the past seven months due to lockdown imposed over Coronavirus pandemic.