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Bollywood: On Wednesday the alleged indiscriminate dumping of PPEs and other unsegregated garbage, buy production crew had by Karan Johar’s dharma production for a suit in a Goa beach village. Goa’s Waste management minister Michael Lobo demanded an apology from the Dharma production after littering and charged for the fine that would be imposed on his production company.
Dharma Production directors or owners should apologize to the people of Goa for littering.
Goa Minister Michael Lobo said that an apology on Facebook was an error fault, dharma Production will be found by Goa waste management.
Few weeks before Kangana Ranaut highlighted her issue on Twitter, by saying that careless dumping of garbage harms the environment. Karan Johar hired goa based line producer Dilip broker said that the award-winning actress did not ground realities.
Dilip Borkar said to Kangana Ranaut, No one knows the ground reality. He said she does not know anything about what is happening here on the ground. Borkar told in a press conference in Panaji on Wednesday that Kangana Ranaut is wrong and she is spoiling Goa’s name.
The photos of garbage bags that erupted indiscriminately dumped by the film production crew went viral on various platforms of social media. A government agency that oversees film shoot related regulations issued a showcase notice to Borkar. Notice sent to dharma Production describing that garbage disposal was not followed while disposing of non-biodegradable waste, which included many kinds of film suit material PPE gear used in the film shoot.
Minister Dilip Borkar said that this shooting for the dharma Production film Deepika Padukone was being carried out in a villa in the beach village of Nerul in North Goa.
The garbage was dumped at the site of daily collection designated by the local village panchayat authority.
The Garbage was disposed of by a local contractor appointed by the village panchayat every day but on the same day, he failed to do so after which the photos went viral said the Minister.
All these controversies went viral when Kangana Ranaut uploaded photos of literate garbage bags on Twitter.
On Twitter, Kangana Twitted that “Movie industry is not a virus just for the model fibre and culture of this nation but it has become very destructive and harmful for the environment also “, is responsible behaviour by the so-called big production house please help folded hands.