Union Minister Narayan Rane has approached the Bombay High Court challenging the demolition order passed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) against Aadish Bungalow located at Juhu, Mumbai where Rane resides..BMC had issued a notice to Kaalkaa Real Estates Pvt. Ltd. in March directing it to remove the alleged unauthorised work on the premises within 15 days failing which the corporation will demolish those portions and recover the charges from the owners/ occupiers.This notice was challenged before the High Court immediately pursuant to which the Court had protected the structure from demolition till June 24, until the regularisation application by Rane was heard by BMC.Subsequently, the regularisation application was rejected by the BMC on June 3. Since the protection granted by the High Court is expiring in two days, Rane has now moved the Court seeking urgent hearing on the application. A bench of Justices RD Dhanuka and MG Sewlikar will hear the petition tomorrow. .As per Rane's petition, BMC had rejected the application stating that the plans of the bungalow were approved free of Floor Space Index (FSI) and the same was not permissible as per the Development Control Regulations.Another reason for rejection was the non-receipt of the pre-clearance from the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA) for proposed regulation of the alleged unauthorised work.Rane has claimed that this objection ought to have been raised before, but was raised only in the rejection order. The petition has prayed for quashing the rejection of the application and for passing an order to retain the structure.