In Mumbai, it’s been nearly three years since the roma brick factory was opened by the roman emperor, and its already making some of the most luxurious roma products in the world.
But the romeo brick factory, built in 2007 by a group of local Italians, is now in a precarious situation.
The factory was recently declared bankrupt by the state of Maharashtra, and since then, the owners have faced bankruptcy proceedings by the court.
Now, the state is planning to demolish the romani brick factory and convert it into a parking lot for the local residents.
The state has not given any concrete plan as to how this will be done, but its not clear how this is possible.
And with the demolition of the romas brick factory comes a huge loss for the town of Roma, which is home to a huge amount of roma culture and heritage.
The roma factory has already been demolished.
(Photo by: Vadaksh Prasad)Roma Brick factory in Mumbai, where the roms brick factory is currently being demolished.
Roma brick factories are huge and have the capacity to produce up to 1.5 million bricks a year.
According to a report by the Mumbai-based architectural firm, TLC, these factories are “the most important and expensive bricks produced in India”.
They are used for building houses, commercial buildings, restaurants and residential buildings, among other things.
This is a big loss for this part of the town, which has a large population of roman settlers, who are also considered as the ancestors of the local people.
The brick factory has been a huge part of Romani culture and tradition.
(Courtesy: VADAKSH PRASAD)Romeo is considered as a “sacred” word in the city.
It is also a word that comes up over and over again in conversations and even in the conversation itself, and there is an expectation that it will be remembered and used by future generations.
The roma is a special type of brick that has been used by roman kings for centuries.
There are also statues of romans, which are believed to have come from Rome.
According to the architectural firm’s report, the romes brick factory would be demolished and converted into a “parking lot” for the locals.
(Credit: VANDI SHIVAK)The brick building in the romi area is now demolished.
The building is the biggest brick factory in the town.
(Source: Vandid Shankar)”We have been told that demolition will take place as soon as the court finds the owners liable and the matter settled, and we will be able to return the factory to its former function.
The plan is to convert the brick factory into a park and to have a parking area in the same area.
But it is unclear if that will happen in the near future,” said an official from the city council.
The demolition of romas bricks factory in Maharashtra is not the only matter that is facing the city of Rome.
According a report from The Times of India, a roma-specific law has been proposed for the city that will create a “public nuisance” for people.
According the bill, a person who has “harmed or offended the sentiments of the community by using roma” will be fined Rs 500.
According the report, it also says that the person could face imprisonment of up to three years and a fine of Rs 10,000.
The bill, if passed, is expected to create a public nuisance in Rome for a “specified period of time”.
The Romeo community has been protesting against the proposal, saying that this is just a “politically motivated attempt to take away the rights of the indigenous roman community”.
They also say that this “unconstitutional law will result in the loss of their cultural identity and the loss that we have built up over many years.”