Raut warned government today, about imposing President's rule

MUMBAI: After the Antilia-Sachin Vaje case in Maharashtra and now the letter of Parambir Singh came to light, there has been a political uproar. Parambir Singh wrote a letter to Uddhav Thackeray in the past, in which he told that the target of recovery of Rs 100 crores was given by the Home Minister of Maharashtra. After the issue came to light, the demand for resignation from Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has intensified. However, NCP leaders are not in favor of resignation. At the same time, a BJP MP was talked about imposing President's rule in Maharashtra, after which Sanjay Raut has come out and issued a statement.

Raut warned the government on Monday. Source: Hindustan Times

Sanjay Raut has said that if he starts taking resignation then it will be difficult for the government to run. Sanjay Raut warned that whoever thinks of imposing President's rule in Maharashtra, will also burn in the same fire. Explain that the former commissioner of Mumbai Police accused Anil Deshmukh that he had targeted Sachin Vaje to recover Rs 100 crore every month.

According to news agency ANI, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said in the Rajya Sabha about Anil Deshmukh that if NCP chief Sharad Pawar has decided that the matter should be investigated then what is wrong with it? Anyone can accuse anyone. In such a situation, if you start resigning, then it will be difficult to run the government.

Significantly, in an 8-page letter written to Uddhav Thackeray, former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has alleged that Anil Deshmukh has called police officers at his residence several times. He had given a target of raising 100 crore rupees from bars, pubs, restaurants, etc. in Mumbai. Although Anil Deshmukh has dismissed these allegations as baseless, after the issue came to light, the BJP is continuously attacking the Maharashtra government.

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