Shiv Sena (UBT) leader and rajya sabha MP sanjay raut is in trouble in Maharashtra. His article against Prime

Minister narendra modi in UBT mouthpiece Saamana has landed him in trouble, an FIR has been lodged against

him at Umarkhed police station in Yavatmal district. A case of treason has been registered against him.

Case registered against Sanjay Raut

Yavatmal police has registered a case against shiv sena (UBT) leader sanjay raut for allegedly writing

objectionable article against prime minister narendra modi in shiv sena (UBT) mouthpiece Saamana. BJP

Yavatmal convenor Nitin Bhutada had filed a complaint against Sanjay Raut. According to the report of news

agency PTI, Raut is the executive editor of the newspaper saamna In his complaint, the bjp leader claimed that

Raut had written an objectionable article against PM Modi on december 11.

Sanjay Raut's first reaction

Shiv Sena (UBT) leader sanjay raut said in his statement, A case has been registered against me because I spoke

against the Prime Minister. There is still democracy in the country. Referring to the chief ministerial selections of

Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, the senior shiv sena leader also alleged that central leaders decide who will be

the chief minister, which surprised even bjp leaders within the states. He said, bjp is turning into Congress. The

central leadership decides who will be the Chief Minister.

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