MP Sanjay Raut has alleged that the Chief Minister of Karnataka has prepared a script to talk about the border issue to divert public attention from Governor Koshyari’s statement about Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Raut also said that the people of Maharashtra will not tolerate Shiv Rai’s insult at all, and will be told in two days what the next step will be in this regard. He was talking to media representatives in Mumbai.
Raut has alleged that a similar script was written behind his arrest. “Every time a script is written by the BJP to divert attention from any controversial statement. Everything is scripted. Earlier this governor had made a statement that if Gujaratis and Marwari leave Mumbai, this city will not be the financial capital of the country, no one will ask Marathi people. At that time, from that “Sanjay Raut was arrested to distract the public,” Sanjay Raut alleged.
Let the Mahabharata happen, will not give even an inch of land
“Karnataka Chief Minister has attacked Maharashtra by claiming Jat. There is a big conspiracy behind this. In order to divert attention from the insult of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj by the Governor, a script has been written for the Chief Minister of Karnataka to make a statement on borderism. But we will forget the insult of Shivaji Maharaj.” No. There is a wave of anger against the government. The remaining question is borderism, Maharashtra will not let even an inch of land go. For that, even if Mahabharata happens again, Shiv Sena under the leadership of Uddhav Thackeray is ready for that,” said Sanjay Raut.
When the government comes to the boxes, the state will also sell them
While criticizing the Shinde government, Sanjay Raut has threatened to sell the boxes to Maharashtra if the government comes from Delhi. “This government says that if the boxes come from Delhi, they will sell them to Maharashtra. They don’t care about any state. Let them go to Guwahati, let them go to Lanka or let them go to Africa. They have lost their place in the hearts of the people of Maharashtra. The people have always erased their name from their hearts,” he said. Sanjay Raut said.