Amidst the ongoing political crisis in Maharashtra, the ED has issued summons to Chief Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut. He was summoned for questioning at the ED office in Mumbai on June 28. Raut has been called into the Patra Chaul land fraud case. Shiv Sena raised questions about the summons that was sent to Sanjay Raut. Party spokeswoman Priyanka Chaturvedi said the agency had set an example of its devotion to the BJP. Accordingly, a subpoena was issued. Not only that, the TMC has also reacted and the party says ED has given notice to Sanjay Raut to overthrow the Maharashtra government.
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After Sanjay Raut was notified, ED is believed to have also interfered in Maharashtra politics. Shiv Sena has also in the past accused the central government of misusing the agencies. In such a case, it is clear that she could again call it a political act. Let us tell you that in the full episode of the Eknath Shinde faction’s rebellion with Shiv Sena, Sanjay Raut was very outspoken and was attacking the rebellious MLAs. Not only that, he was challenging the Shiv Sena rebels to come to Mumbai.
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He has said that Chef Cynix’s patience is being tested and anything can happen if they take to the streets. Sanjay Raut had said today regarding this whole controversy that Shiv Sena will also get into street fights and also take on the legal battle. It is worth noting that the rebel MLAs have been attacking Sanjay Raut on a regular basis. In a letter to Uddhav Thackeray, the Shinde faction also attacked Sanjay Raut in a gesture, saying that those in the Rajya Sabha are ignoring the elected leaders and not allowing them access to the CM.