Shiv Sena minister couldn’t have done any wrong: Sanjay Raut | Mumbai News - Times of India

Shiv Sena minister couldn’t have done any wrong: Sanjay Raut | Mumbai News – Times of India


MUMBAI: A day after arrested police officer Sachin Waze claimed in a letter addressed to the NIA court that Shiv Sena minister Anil Parab had asked him to get a trust to do a “Rs 50 crore settlement” and collect “Rs 2 crore” from BMC contractors, Sena MP and the party’s chief chief spokesperson Sanjay raut defended the minister, saying Parab could not indulge in wrongdoing.
Without naming the opposition BJP, Raut said “dirty politics is being played” and attempts being made to weaken and destabilise the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. However, he said there was no threat to the government.
Parab has denied all the allegations and said as a loyal Sainik of the late Balasaheb Thackeray, he could not do what Waze had alleged. Raut told mediapersons on Thursday that Parab was “a hardcore Shiv Sainik and he will not swear wrongly in the name of Balasaheb Thackeray, nor would he indulge in any wrongdoing.” The allegations were “a political conspiracy against the Sena minister and the state government,” Raut claimed.
“If someone tried to play games and put the Maharashtra government into trouble with a ‘prompted’ letter, such an attempt would not be successful,” Raut further said. Indicating that the BJP was behind Waze’s letter, Raut stated, “No need to tell who is behind it.”
Parab, who is transport minister, is known to be a close aide of CM Uddhav Thackeray. As an advocate, most legal issues are handled by him. Parab had also prepared CM Thackeray’s affidavits submitted to the election office when he filed his nomination for the legislature council member and Aaditya Thackeray’s affidavit when he contested the assembly polls from Worli in 2019.


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