The Kakkads said that Salman Khan had installed a barrier near the farm home, preventing them from entering their property. Despite owning the land, they are unable to obtain basic necessities such as electricity and material for construction.
A Mumbai civil court has declined to issue a temporary restraining order in favour of Salman Khan in a defamation lawsuit he has filed against his neighbour. Salman was accused by one of his neighbours in a YouTube video in 2018 of refusing to allow them to build a house next to his Pavel farmhouse, despite the fact that they (the neighbour) owned the property, and Salman responded by filing a defamation suit against the neighbour.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan filed a defamation action against Ketan Kakkad, a resident of Malad, Mumbai, who owns a site adjacent to Salman’s farmhouse in Panvel. Ketan accused Salman of denying him access to construct a bungalow on his own site, which he acquired in 1996. According to Salman, Kakkad defamed him during an interview with a YouTuber. The couple also gave an interview to ABP news with the same allegations.
The Kakkads said that Salman had installed a barrier near the farm home, preventing them from entering their property. Despite owning the land, they are unable to obtain basic necessities such as electricity and material for construction.
Following the allegations made by his neighbour Ketan Kakkad and his wife Anita Kakkad, Salman Khan filed a defamation suit against them. He also filed a lawsuit against two other individuals who were present during the interview.
In addition to the defamation claim, Salman filed an injunction in court against the defamatory information made by Kakkads. Social media firms such as Google, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook were also made a party to the case. As reports suggest, the actor wants these sites to delete and block slanderous information about him from their websites.