Maharashtra: Angered by Narayan Ran’s remarks, Shiv Sainiks attacked his house in Mumbai today. Police also charged batons outside Ran’s house in Juhu.
In fact, the problem of Union Minister Narayan Rani has increased after the controversial remarks on the Chief Minister. Nasik police have also issued arrest warrants for Narayan Rane. There are allegations against Narayan Ran for making offensive remarks about Uddhav Thackeray during the Jan Ashirbad Jatra.
Clashes between supporters of the ruling Shiv Sena and its youth wing Juba Sena and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) erupted in several places in Maharashtra on Monday as the Shiv Sena protested a remark by former Union Minister Narayan in the state. It started.
The situation soon heated up, as BJP workers also rallied in support of the Union Minister. Police later had to take action against some Shiv Sena supporters and prevent them from going towards Ran’s house. Shiv Sena activists in Chiplun tore down Ran’s poster and said they would not allow him to hold any function.
While some Shiv Sena activists hurled stones at a party office of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Nashik, others gathered outside Ran’s Juhu residence in Mumbai and chanted slogans against him.
Youth Sena activist Varun Sardesai said, “We did not call anyone, but the youth army personnel were angry at the insulting remarks made by Narayan Sena and came on their own. We show them our strength. “
Nasik Police Commissioner Deepak Pandey said, “Shiv Sena Nasik chief has lodged a complaint last night alleging that Union Minister Narayan Ran’s remarks (against the Maharashtra Chief Minister) hurt him, which could lead to law and order situation.” “It is a serious matter. A team has been sent from here to take disciplinary action against the Union Minister. Wherever he is, he will be produced in court. We will abide by the court’s decision.”
Let us inform you that an FIR was lodged against Union Minister Narayan Ran at Chaturshringi police station in Pune, where an FIR has been lodged against Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray under Sections 153 and 505 of the IPC for using offensive language after allegations by the youth army. .
According to the Pune CP, a team of Pune police has left for Ratnagiri Chiplun as part of the investigation into the FIR filed against Union Minister Narayan Ran in Pune.
At the same time, Rane said he had no information that an FIR had been filed against him. I did not commit any crime. If no one knows about August 15, isn’t it a crime? I said I would slap and it was no crime.