An appeal should have been made to the Chennai Corporation on a property tax demand for his marriage hall and the “mistake” of approaching the court immediately could have been avoided, top actor Rajinikanth said here on Thursday.
“Experience is a lesson,” nevertheless he said on his Twitter handle in an apparent apologetic tone, a day after the Madras High Court warned of imposing costs for rushing to court for relief.
Earlier The Madras High Court on Wednesday dismissed as withdrawn a petition filed by the actor over a property tax demand of Rs 6.50 lakh by the city Corporation on his marriage hall here for the first half of the current financial year.
Justice Anitha Sumanth warned of imposing costs on him for approaching the court soon after sending a notice to the civic body for relief under vacancy remission rule citing the closure of the marriage hall due to COVID-19 lockdown during the six-month period.
“Raghavendra Mandapam property tax…we should have appealed to the corporation. The mistake could have been avoided. #Experience is a lesson,” the actor said.
And then the wealth tax been paid by him its receipt circulated in social media .
In the social media youths trolled Rajinikanth questioning his wisdom in approaching to court for payment of 0.6 million wealth tax while his income is running at average of 300million Rs per annum
Also particularly Tamil speaking bloggers in Social media sarcastically quipped not only him but his account also in Karnataka .