Rajinikanth Pays Property Tax For Marriage Hall Says It Was A Mistake To Go To Court

Chennai: Actor Rajinikanth paid property tax of Rs 6.56 lakh of his marriage building on Thursday, including the amount of fine. He said that an appeal to the Municipal Corporation should have been done for this and the mistake of going to court should have been avoided.

The Corporation of Greater Chennai said that the actor has paid the property tax amount of six lakh 56 thousand rupees in his marriage hall (marriage hall) in Kodambakkam.

The civic body said that the tax for the first half of 2020-21 was more than six lakh rupees including late payment penalty of Rs 9386. It said that it was paid through check.

The actor said, "Raghavendra Mandapam property tax ... We should have appealed to the corporation. The mistake could have been avoided. "He wrote on his Twitter handle," Experience is a lesson. "A day earlier, the Madras High Court warned of a fine.

The court on Wednesday dismissed the petition filed by the actor as withdrawn, which he had filed on his Vivah Bhawan regarding the property tax demanded by the corporation.