Amid excessive drama in Maharashtra following an open rise up in Shiv Sena, state minister and insurgent chief Eknath Shinde’s son Shrikant Shinde at the moment took a jibe at Uddhav Thackeray’s most vocal defender Sanjay Raut moments after he was summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in Mumbai for questioning tomorrow in a case of alleged cash laundering.
“My finest needs to Sanjay Raut on ED summons,” he stated in Marathi, including that the insurgent faction will win the heated court docket battle over disqualifications.
Shinde junior additional stated that the folks of Maharashtra are noticing every little thing and can give a “becoming reply”. He stated all insurgent MLAs will meet at the moment to take a choice after which see what occurs sooner or later.
Eknath Shinde moved the Supreme Court docket in opposition to the Shiv Sena’s transfer to disqualify him and 15 different insurgent MLAs. They additionally challenged the rejection of the no-confidence movement in opposition to Deputy Speaker Narahari Zirwal. The rebels have sought instructions to Mr Zirwal to not take any motion on the disqualification plea, which was filed by the Shiv Sena final week, until the matter of his removing is determined.
The ED had in April connected Sanjay Raut’s properties in reference to the ₹ 1,034-crore Patra Chawl land rip-off case. Mr Raut had stated then, “I’m not the one who will get scared. Seize my property, shoot me, or ship me to jail, Sanjay Raut is Balasaheb Thackeray’s follower and a Shiv Sainik.”