🇮🇳's Tallest Skyscraper Illegal❌

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On Wednesday, the Bombay High Court🏤 said that the 13 upper floors of India's tallest, 56-storey Palais Royale skyscraper🏢 and a 15-storey public parking tower next to it were “completely illegal❌." Justices Abhay Oka and C V Bhadang called their construction a "brazen defiance" 😤 of rules, and has asked the municipal commissioner to decide their fate. Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure Limited (SRUIL) has been allowed to apply for development permission from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)🏣 for the parking tower, and the 13 floors. The BMC has 4⃣ months to decide based on the quantum of incentive floor space index (FSI). The developer's asked to recalculate the FSI of the building, as it had already invested over₹2,000 cr💰 in the project and completed construction. But the court rejected❌ it saying, "(The investment) is no ground to tolerate illegal constructions of such a huge magnitude.”

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