Narayan Rane hits back at Uddhav Thackeray: 'Won't let


Narayan Rane hits back at Uddhav Thackeray: 'Won't let
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Narayan Rane hits again at Uddhav Thackeray: ‘Won’t let Maharashtra turn into West Bengal’

Union Minister Narayan Rane, who was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly making controversial remarks towards Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray after which launched on bail late final evening, hit again at Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday. Countering the CM he stated, even the Maharashtra chief minister had used unpalatable phrases whereas referring to BJP leaders Amit Shah and Yogi Adityanath. 

Rane stated Thackeray had ordered his social gathering employees to interrupt the jaws of individuals attacking the Sena Bhavan (social gathering headquarters in Mumbai). 

Thackeray had additionally stated that Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath must be overwhelmed up with sandals, Rane claimed. “Uddhav Thackeray also called Union Home Minister Amit Shah shameless. He even said he was using unparliamentary words deliberately to describe Shah. What a civilised language,” Rane stated.

Speaking to reporters after securing reduction from the Bombay High Court, Rane additionally asserted that he’s not afraid of the ruling Shiv Sena within the state. “I am not afraid of anyone and I am not backing out. My words were an expression of anger against the chief minister (Uddhav Thackeray) who forgot the year of India’s Independence. I only told reporters what he had already said, so how can it be a crime,” Rane stated , including, “Won’t let Maharashtra become West Bengal.” 

“I have not said anything wrong. But, if Devendra Fadvanis says it is wrong, then I will accept it, as he is our ‘margdarshak’ (guide),” Rane stated.  

Rane made the controversial remarks on Monday after which Shiv Sena employees lodged police complaints towards him in a number of districts. Acting on these complaints, police arrested Rane and produced him earlier than the Mahad courtroom the place he was granted bail late Tuesday evening.

Asked how he’ll criticise Maharashtra’s Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress alliance authorities, he stated, “I will criticise using good words.”

Referring to Shiv Sena leaders referring to his alleged crimes, Rane stated, “If I was a gangster according to the Sena, that party made me the chief minister. Was it ok with the party?”

“I will not sit quietly. We will use all parliamentary tools and legal powers and corner the MVA government in coming days,” he stated. Asked about some Shiv Sena MLAs issuing verbal threats, Rane stated, “I wonder whether they had ever killed a mouse.” 

Criticising Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut, who can also be the editor of Shiv Sena mouth piece Saamna, Rane stated, “He is no editor (of Saamna), he writes only to make Uddhav Thackeray happy. I will reply him after September 17.”

The Maharashtra authorities advised the Bombay High Court that it will not take any coercive motion towards Union Minister Narayan Rane. The subsequent listening to within the case will happen on September 17.

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