Sanjay Raut Alleges Rana Couple Have Underworld Connection; request a money laundering case

In a sensational accusation, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut alleged that Independent MP Navneet Rana and her MP husband Ravi Rana have underworld connections. Speaking at a press briefing on Wednesday, Raut questioned the economic crimes wing of the Mumbai Police and the law enforcement directorate about not probing the deal between MP Amravati and the builder. and film financier Yusuf Lakdawala, who he claims was associated with the D-Gang. A day earlier, Raut had posted a small part of Navneet Rana’s election affidavit on Twitter to allege that she had taken a loan of Rs.80 lakh from Lakdawala.

Sanjay Raut remarked, “Just as there was a connection between the underworld, Pakistan and the D-Gang during the 1992 riots, the police, the state government and I began to feel that the D- Gang, underworld and their money were behind everything that happened last 15 days – row of loudspeakers, row of Hanuman Chalisa Yesterday just one small example of the financial ties between the main financier of Lakdawala – D-Gang died in ER custody and Rana couple exposed Why didn’t ED probe If Lakdawala is involved in money laundering and Rana couple is one of the recipients of the money he channeled.

“Why didn’t EOW Mumbai investigate how this money was used and are there any other dealings? Because Lakdawala was in the custody of EOW earlier . Then. money laundering on the Rana couple,” he added. Moreover, Sena’s spokesperson has revealed that he has submitted proof of all alleged illegalities regarding incarcerated Ranas to Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray.

“Unsubstantiated allegation”

Responding to Raut’s allegation, lead attorney Rizwan Merchant – the Rana couple’s attorney, made it clear that they would only respond if evidence was provided.

He said: “Every baseless and nonsensical allegation supported by a political motive does not require a reaction. Let them present evidence and we will deal with it.”

While the Bandra Court Vacation Bench remanded its clients into custody until May 6, the Sessions Court ordered the Mumbai Police to file a response to their bail application on April 29.

Harry D. Gonzalez