Saturday, September 24, 2022

He will file a petition in the Mumbai High Court seeking quashing of all registered cases

Mumbai: Union Minister Narayan Rane Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will approach the Bombay High Court to quash the FIR filed against him for his ‘slap’ remarks. Rane was arrested in a political drama in Maharashtra on Tuesday. He was released on bail after an FIR was lodged in several places over his remarks during a rally in Conakry.

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A team of lawyers walked out of Ran’s house a few days ago and it is learned that the team may go to the Bombay High Court today. The Union Minister will file a petition in the Bombay High Court today to quash the registered FIR against him. He demanded cancellation of all FIRs registered in various places in Maharashtra, including Raigarh and Pune. Police teams have been deployed outside Ran’s residence in the hope of clashes or clashes between Shiv Sena and BJP leaders.

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In the relevant case, Nasik police has sent a notice to Rane regarding the FIR against him and asked him to appear at the police station on September 2. The Mahad Magistrate in his order said that the arrest of Narayan Rani was reasonable, but there was no need for interrogation in custody considering the nature of the crime. Because the statement made by the Union Minister against the Chief Minister was found and went viral on social media.

Rane vs. Uddhav Thackeray: What happened?
Former Shiv Sena leader Rane referred to Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and said that he used to ‘slap’ the Chief Minister for some part of his Independence Day speech. Shiv Sena has sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding temporary dismissal of Ran from the Union Cabinet.

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The Shiv Sena attacked Rane in an editorial in its mouthpiece Samana, saying the threat of a run to the Maharashtra chief minister would not be tolerated and that the rule of law would prevail in Maharashtra. Earlier today, Ran’s son Nitesh said on Twitter that action against Ran would be met with appropriate response.

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