Union Minister Narayan Rane gets bail in 'Slap Uddhav' remark case
Narayan Rane was arrested at Sangameshwar in Ratnagiri by a Nashik city police team. Now, Mahad Court granted bail to him.
New Delhi: Even after getting bail in the 'Slap Uddhav' remark case, there is no relief for Union Minister Narayan Rane. In fact, now the Nashik police has sent a notice to Rane in connection with the FIR against him, asking him to appear in the police station on September 2. On the other hand, policemen have been deployed outside the residence of Union Minister Narayan Rane in Mumbai in view of the security.
Narayan Rane gets Bail:
Let us inform that Rane had given an objectionable statement against Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, after which an arrest notice was issued against him. In this case, Rane was first taken into custody from Chiplun, then after completing the paperwork, he was arrested. After this, he was produced in the Mahad court in Raigad in the night where he was granted bail.
While giving information, Rane's lawyer Sangram Desai said that while granting him bail, the court has imposed certain conditions. Rane will have to appear at the police station on August 31 and September 13 and stay away from such acts in future.
Maharashtra BJP chief Chandrakant Patil said the bail granted to Narayan Rane is another slap on the face of the state government which is running with the support of police and goons. At the same time, BJP leader Praveen Darekar said that Narayan Rane has got bail and he will again take out Jan Ashirwad Yatra from August 27.
Rane's Son targets Shiv Sena:
Union minister Narayan Rane's son Nitesh on Tuesday attacked the Maharashtra government over his father's arrest by posting a video on Twitter soon after midnight. The video posted by Nitesh is a part of a scene from the film Rajneeti and shows actor Manoj Bajpayee warning of 'a befitting reply'.
During a speech on Monday evening at a hall in Mahad city in Raigad, Narayan Rane had said, "It is shameful that the chief minister does not know the year of independence. He leaned back to enquire about the count of years of independence during his speech. Had I been there, I would have given (him) a tight slap."
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