By Khan Ahmad Darvesh
Despite getting bail to Union Minister Narayan Rane within the slap statement case, yet there’s no relief to him. In fact, currently, the Nasik police have sent a notice to Rane in reference to the FIR against him and asked him to appear in the police station on 2 September. In view of the protection, police officers are deployed outside the residence of Union Minister Narayan Rane in Mumbai.
Let us inform you that Rane had created an associate degree objectionable statement against Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, after which an arrest warrant was issued against him. During this case, Rane was taken into custody by Chiplun, then after doing the paperwork, the police arrested him. After this, he was produced before in the Mahad court in Raigad within night wherever he was granted bail.
While giving information, Rane’s counsel Sangram Desai told that while granting him bail, the court has obligatory sure restrictions. Rane needs to seem within the Police station on August 31 and September 13 and keep his hand off from such acts in future. Maharashtra BJP Chief Chandrakant Patil aforesaid the bail granted to Narayan Rane is another slap on the face of the state regime which is running with the support of police and goons. At constant time, BJP leader Praveen Darekar aforesaid that Narayan Rane has got bail and he will again take out Jan Ashirwad Yatra from August 27.
Narayan Rane’s son Nitesh on Tuesday attacked the Maharashtra government over his father’s arrest by posting a video on Twitter presently after an hour. The video denoted by Nitesh is a part of a scene from the film Rajneeti and shows actor Manoj Bajpayee warning of ‘a befitting reply’. Actually, Rane had recently given a press release statement concerning Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. In this statement, he had spoken of criticizing Thackeray further as allegedly slapping him.
After this statement, an FIR was registered against him on the grounds of the statement. Rane was formally in remission after being taken into custody on Tuesday afternoon. According to the information, another case was conjointly registered against Union Minister Rane in Naupada, Thane. According to Thane police, the case was registered underneath sections 500, 505(2), 153-B(1)(c) of IPC.