Maharashtra Forest Minister Sanjay Rathod, who was involved in controversies with leaked audio in Pooja Chavan suicide case, visited the Pohra Devi temple yesterday. During this time a crowd of 8 to 10 thousand came with him. Police had to charge sticks to remove the crowd. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who was angry with the media reports of gathering crowds in this way even in the crisis of Corona, ordered action, expressing displeasure. Following the Chief Minister’s order last night, the Washim Police has registered a case against 8 to 10 thousand people.
Let us know, taking seriously the information about the huge crowd gathering near Pohradevi temple located in Washim district of Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray ordered immediate action against those who violated rules during the Kovid-19 epidemic. According to the official statement, Thackeray had summoned a report in this regard from the Collector and Superintendent of Police of Washim district.
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Supporters of Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Rathore had gathered near the temple in large numbers today. Rathore was not publicly visible for a few days after his name was linked to the death of a 23-year-old woman in Pune. After several days, he went to worship in the temple today. Rathore has categorically denied allegations of involvement in the girl’s death.
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According to the statement, Thackeray emphasized that the rules related to the Kovid-19 epidemic are the same for all and he has sought a report from the Collector of Washim and the Chief of Police regarding the mob gathered near the temple. Thackeray is also the president of Shiv Sena. According to the statement, he has asked the district administration to take concrete action against those who violate the rules. (Also input to language)
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