Sanjay Raut says that the Union government has privatized prisons and central investigation agencies


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Sun 07 Nov 2021 05:51 PM M. IST

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After mocking Shiv Sena’s deputy Sanjay Raut, he said that BJP leaders threaten to jail their political rivals every day. Is the Modi government privatizing all government assets?

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Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut launched a scathing attack on the BJP on Sunday. He questioned whether the central government has privatized prisons and central investigative agencies. Speaking to journalists here, Raut said that the BJP leaders, who recently joined the party and “have no relation to the party’s ideology,” threaten to imprison their political rivals every day.

Sanjay Raut targeted
Raut, a member of Rajya Sabha, took aim at the Modi government, saying: “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is privatizing all government property. Have prisons and central investigative bodies been privatized? Are prisons his personal property? “It is believed that this target of Raut was on the side of the BJP leader, Kirit Somaiya. In reality, after the arrest of former Maharashtra Interior Minister Anil Deshmukh, Kirit Somaiya had targeted Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress. He said. that the Emergency Department arrested Deshmukh.Now will come the number of other leaders, to whom the recovery money used to go.

ED recently arrested Anil Deshmukh
Former Maharashtra Interior Minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Anil Deshmukh was arrested by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED) in a money laundering case earlier this month. Maharashtra Transport Minister and Shiv Sena MLA Anil Parab had previously appeared before the DE in the money laundering case against Deshmukh and others. Last month the Income Tax Department raided some business premises belonging to the relatives of the state’s deputy chief minister and PNC leader Ajit Pawar.

The ED had recently subpoenaed Shiv Sena’s deputy, Bhavna Gawli, in another money laundering case. The agency had arrested Gawli’s assistant, Saeed Khan, in this criminal case registered under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

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Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut launched a scathing attack on the BJP on Sunday. He questioned whether the central government has privatized prisons and central investigative agencies. Speaking to journalists here, Raut said that the BJP leaders, who recently joined the party and “have no relation to the party’s ideology,” threaten to imprison their political rivals every day.

Sanjay Raut targeted

Raut, a member of Rajya Sabha, took aim at the Modi government, saying: “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is privatizing all government property. Have prisons and central investigative bodies been privatized? Are prisons his personal property? “It is believed that this target of Raut was on the side of the BJP leader, Kirit Somaiya. In reality, after the arrest of former Maharashtra Interior Minister Anil Deshmukh, Kirit Somaiya had targeted Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress. He said. that the Emergency Department arrested Deshmukh.Now will come the number of other leaders, to whom the recovery money used to go.

ED recently arrested Anil Deshmukh

Former Maharashtra Interior Minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Anil Deshmukh was arrested by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED) in a money laundering case earlier this month. Maharashtra Transport Minister and Shiv Sena MLA Anil Parab had previously appeared before the DE in the money laundering case against Deshmukh and others. Last month the Income Tax Department raided some business premises belonging to the relatives of the state’s deputy chief minister and PNC leader Ajit Pawar.

The ED had recently subpoenaed Shiv Sena’s deputy, Bhavna Gawli, in another money laundering case. The agency had arrested Gawli’s assistant, Saeed Khan, in this criminal case registered under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).


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