After Salman Khan contracts Dengue, BMC conducts an assessment at his Bandra Apartment to find mosquito rearing spots

Bombay municipal corporation(BMC) completed an assessment at Superstar Salman Khan's home in Bandra's Galaxy Apartment to find conceivable mosquito rearing spots on Sunday.

The examination was completed a day after Salman Khan was determined to have dengue. A gathering led the examination of the extravagant condo alongside six different structures situated along a similar street in Bandra.

A report by The media detailed BMC Pesticides Division Official Rajendra Naringrekar said, "Dengue hatchlings were spotted at two spots in the Galaxy premises. However, no hatchlings were found at Khan's home."

At the point when the distribution inquired as to whether the BMC has sent a notification to the Galaxy society over mosquito threat.

The official explained, "We don't send notice to social orders rather we forward it to mortgage holders on the off chance that hatchlings is tracked down in their home."

For the unversed, recently, Salman Khan had contracted dengue. Because of this, he had some time off from his continuous ventures including recording for the unscripted TV drama, Bigg Boss.

Salman Khan's director had shared that Bhai is recuperating great and will begin shooting after Diwali.