Central Agency Raids Sena's Sanjay Raut After His No-Show For Questioning

Central Company Raids Sena's Sanjay Raut After His No-Present For Questioning

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) officers on Sunday carried out search and questioning at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut’s home in Mumbai after he skipped summons twice for questioning in a money-laundering case. The Shiv Sena chief was summoned by the probe company on July 27 after he skipped an earlier summon citing the continuing Parliament session in Delhi.

At 7 am, the probe company group, accompanied by CISF officers, reached Mr Raut’s house in Bandup in japanese suburbs of Mumbai and started the searches.

The Enforcement Directorate needs to query Mr Raut, 60, in reference to the re-development of a chawl in Mumbai and associated transactions involving his spouse and shut associates. Mr Raut, who’s within the Uddhav Thackeray camp, has denied any wrongdoing and alleged that he’s being focused as a consequence of political vendetta.

“…False motion, false proof…I can’t go away Shiv Sena…Even when I die, I can’t give up…I’ve nothing to do with any rip-off. I’m saying this by taking the oath of Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray. Balasaheb taught us to struggle. I’ll proceed to struggle for Shiv Sena,” Mr Raut tweeted shortly after probe company officers’ go to to his house.

The BJP hit again on the Sena chief for skipping the summons. “Why is he afraid of Enforcement Directorate if he’s harmless? He has on a regular basis to offer press convention however no time to go to probe company workplace for questioning,” mentioned BJP MLA Ram Kadam.