Sanjay Raut, senior Shiv Sena MP was detained by the Enforcement Directorate after over 6 hours of raids at his Mumbai residence in a cash laundering case on Sunday. Raut, Udddhav Thackeray’s shut aide, is anticipated to go away his residence.
Central Reserve Police Pressure (CRPF) personnel, reached Raut’s ‘Maitri’ bungalow situated in suburban Bhandup and commenced the search within the morning at 7 am. The Rajya Sabha member, who’s within the Uddhav Thackeray camp of the Shiv Sena, had denied any wrongdoing and alleged that he was being focused as a result of political vendetta.
In a tweet after the company started the search at his place, Raut had earlier within the day stated, “I swear by late Balasabheb Thackeray that I’ve nothing to do with any rip-off.”
In line with the main points, ED searches had been additionally underway at Raut’s different residence in Mumbai’s Dadar. In the meantime, Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) leaders in Maharashtra additionally stated that Raut shouldn’t be afraid of the ED motion if he has not performed something unsuitable.
Raut is being investigated by the ED in reference to a cash laundering case linked to alleged irregularities involving the re-development of a Mumbai ‘chawl.’
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