Mumbai: Angry over Narayan Rane's remarks, Shiv Sainiks attacked his house in Mumbai today. The police also lathi-charged outside the BJP leader's house in Juhu.
In fact, after the controversial remarks on the Maharashtra Chief Minister, the problems of Union Minister Narayan Rane have increased. Nashik Police has also issued orders for the arrest of Narayan Rane. Narayan Rane is accused of making objectionable remarks on Uddhav Thackeray in Jan Ashirwad Yatra.
Clashes broke out at several places in Maharashtra on Monday between workers of the ruling Shiv Sena and its youth outfit Yuva Sena and supporters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), as the Shiv Sena protested in the state over a remark by former Union minister Narayan Rane. started.
The situation soon turned tense, as BJP workers also gathered in support of the Union minister. Later, the police had to act against some Shiv Sena supporters and prevented them from going towards Rane's house. In Chiplun, Shiv Sena workers tore posters of Rane and said that they would not allow him to organize any event.
While some Shiv Sena workers pelted stones at a party office of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Nashik, others gathered outside Rane's Juhu residence in Mumbai and raised slogans against him.
Yuva Sena functionary Varun Sardesai said, “We did not call anyone, but Yuva Sena workers are angry with the derogatory remarks made by Narayan Sena and have come themselves. We will show them our strength."
Nashik Police Commissioner Deepak Pandey said, "Shiv Sena Nashik chief filed a complaint last night that Union Minister Narayan Rane's statement (against Maharashtra CM) has hurt him, it may lead to law and order situation. Keeping this in mind, an FIR was lodged at Nashik Cyber Police Station. This is a serious matter. A team has been sent from here for punitive action against the Union Minister. Wherever he is, he will be produced before the court. We will abide by the court's decision."
An FIR was registered against Union Minister Narayan Rane at Chaturshringi police station in Pune city, in which an FIR was registered against Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray under sections 153 and 505 of IPC for using objectionable language after the complaint of Yuva Sena.
Pune CP said that a team of Pune Police has left for Chiplun in Ratnagiri as part of investigation in the FIR registered against Union Minister Narayan Rane in Pune.
Meanwhile, Rane said, "I have no information that an FIR has been registered against me. I have not committed any crime. If no one knows about 15th August, is it not a crime? I said that I would have slapped you and it is not a crime."
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