Union Minister Narayan Rane arrested, his anticipatory bail plea dismissed by the Ratnagiri court

Publish Date: 25 Aug, 2021 |

Narayan Rane arrested:

There has been an uproar in Maharashtra politics after Union Minister Narayan Rane's objectionable statement on Uddhav Thackeray. Union Minister Narayan Rane has been arrested in Ratnagiri's Chiplun and his anticipatory bail plea was rejected. Now Rane will be produced in the local court and on getting the remand, he will be taken to Nashik.

Narayan Rane moves bail application to Bombay High Court:

As per the reports, Narayan Rane has filed a petition for bail in Bombay High, but,  the Bombay High Court has refused to hear the matter immediately.

Narayan Rane's controversial statement on Thackeray:

Narayan Rane is taking out Jan Ashirwad Yatra in different parts of Maharashtra. Recently, his journey reached Mahad in Raigad. Addressing reporters here, Narayan Rane had said about Uddhav Thackeray, “What kind of Chief Minister is this who does not know the Independence Day of his country. Had I been there, I would have slapped him under the ear.”

Demand to remove Rane from the post of Union Minister:

After the ruckus over Rane's statement, the Shiv Sena made several attacks. Shiv Sena's Lok Sabha MP Vinayak Raut wrote a letter to PM Modi demanding the immediate removal of Rane from the post of Union minister.

I have not committed any crime, says Narayan Rane:

Several FIRs have been registered in Mumbai against Rane for using derogatory words on Uddhav Thackeray. To this Rane said, 'I have no knowledge about the FIR against me. I am not an ordinary person. I have not committed any crime. If someone doesn't know about August 15, isn't it a crime? I said I would have slapped - these words were mine and it is not a crime.'


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