Row Over Narayan Rane Comment: Minister Narayan Rane Son Nitesh Rane Slams Sena With Movie Clip: Karara Jawab


Narayan Rane's Son Nitesh Shares Clip From 'Raajneeti'. Target, Sena

Nitesh Rane shared a clip from the movie “Raajneeti”.

Mumbai/ New Delhi:

Union Minister Narayan Rane’s son shared a movie clip to warn Shiv Sena after the Union Minister received bail final evening. Narayan Rane’s arrest – over his touch upon slapping Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray – has deepened the rift between the BJP and the Shiv Sena; the state witnessed unprecedented scenes on Tuesday as the employees of the 2 events clashed.

In a late-night tweet, Maharashtra MLA Nitesh Rane shared a clip from Bollywood movie “Raajneeti” the place actor Manoj Bajpayee is heard repeating a phrase in Hindi: “Karaara jawaab milega.” The video was focused on the ruling Shiv Sena.

“He who spits in the sky doesn’t realise that he will get himself dirty,” the Bollywood actor is heard saying within the clip.

Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane, 69, is the primary Union Minister in 20 years to get arrested. His dramatic arrest on Tuesday – whereas he was having his meal – has change into the newest flashpoint between the BJP and the Shiv Sena. Hours later, he received bail.

Shortly after, he tweeted: “Satyamev Jayate (truth prevails)”  

The row began on Monday over Mr Rane’s feedback on Uddhav Thacekray at a “Jan Ashirwad Yatra” organised nationwide by the BJP. “It is shameful that the Chief Minister does not know the year of independence. He leaned back to ask about the count of years of independence during his speech. Had I been there, I would have given him a tight slap,” Mr Rane, who was earlier with the Shiv Sena, stated on the occasion. 

His social gathering colleague Devendra Fadnavis stated he didn’t assist the remark. However, he in contrast the Shiv Sena to “Taliban”. “I want to make it clear that we do not support the comment about the Chief Minister but we will stand by Rane with all our strength. I want to tell the police commissioner that if there is no action against those who attacked our offices then both opposition leaders will sit on dharna at the police commissioner’s office. There should be rule of law, not Taliban rule,” he stated. 

The Union Minister’s lawyer has stated he must seem earlier than the police on August 31 and September 13.


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