Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut lashed out at the Maharashtra government for the ongoing Maratha Quota stir. MP Sanjay Raut said his MPs and MLAs were not sent an invitation to the all-party meeting called by the Maharashtra government on the Maratha reservation. He said, "What to do with this government? Even though Maharashtra is on fire, this shameless politics continue." Meanwhile constant protests are witnessed amid reservation demands.
BJP MLA Nitesh Rane attacked UBT Sena MP Sanjay Raut and the party chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday. In a scathing attack towards the Sena UBT leaders, Rane asked, "Are Sanjay Raut and Uddhav Thackeray Pakistani agents?"The reaction of Nitesh Rane has come after Sanjay Raut. Addressing to media, Raut said for Ram Ayodhya temple, devotees will come from across India, hinting possible threats of terror attack.
MP Sanjay Raut has received death threats, stated MLA and his brother Sunil Raut. He said that he and Sanjay Raut have been receiveing threat calls since June 8. This comes after reports of Sharad Pawar receiving death threats came to the fore, confirmed the National Congress Party. Furthernore, reports cited the caller threatening that Sanjay Raut should stop his "morning bhonga (morning press interaction.)
The stepping down as the NCP Chief decision of Sharad Pawar has stunned the party leaders and workers. Announced on May 2, the decision is now being compared to the Bal Thackeray's decision of quitting as the Chief, despite being founder. Sanjay Raut, NCP MP tweeted, "Fed up by dirty Politics and allegations, Shivsena Supremo Balasaheb Thackeray too had resigned as the Shivsena Pramukh. History seems to have repeated itself."
The meeting of Sharad Pawar and Industrialist Gautam Adani is raising eyebrows, especially after the recent issue between Congress and Sharad Pawar over Adani Row. Notably, recently, Pawar and Adani held a meeting at NCP leader Sharad Pawar's residence. After this, Pawar’s meeting with Sanjay Raut, a Shiv Sena MP (Uddhav Thackeray) also added to the buzz that a political plot was unravelling in Maharashtra, troubling Uddhav Thackeray.
Shiv Sena (UBT) MP Sanjay Raut Wednesday seconded Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s claim that all the wealth of industrialist Gautam Adani belongs to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “I agree with Kejriwal’s statement. All the money which is with Adani in fact belongs to PM Modi and it needs to be probed…Adani is being protected because of all that …During his chief ministership… Adani’s empire came into existence," said Raut.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
The Eknath Shinde led Shiv Sena Party ousted Parliamentary Leader Sanjay Raut. The party issued a statement in this regard and appointed Gajanan Kirtikar as the new Parliamentary Leader. After the appointment, Gajanan, who supported the Eknath Shinde led Shiv Sena faction and thanked Maharashtra CM for giving tha chance. Chief Minister @mieknathshinde has shown confidence in me. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to him, said… read-more
In a major setback to the Uddhav Thackeray-led Sena faction, MP Sanjay Raut has been booked for making false allegations against Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde's son Shrikant Shinde. The filed complaint mentioned that Sanjay Raut Sanjay deliberately tried to defame Eknath Shinde by making false allegations. Notably, Sanjay Raut made allegations that CM Shinde's son allegedly gave death threats to Raut. He even filed a complaint, which now… read-more
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After losing the battle of symbol for Shiv Sena against Eknath Shinde, MP Sanjay Raut in an exclusive interview said, "Shiv Sena is Thackeray and Thackeray is Shiv Sena." Meanwhile, the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena filed a petition in the Supreme Court, against the decision of the Election Commission of India (ECI) which gave the 'bow & arrow' symbol to Eknath Shinde led Shiv Sena faction.
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Arrested in a money laundering case, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has written an emotional letter to his mother, assuring her that he would definitely come back. "Some never go home. I too cannot bow down to enemies of Maharashtra and Shiv Sena," said Raut on October 12. Notably, the Bombay Court extended the judicial custody of Sanjay Raut to October 17, with the ED investigating the Pathra Chawl Scam case.