Palghar Incident Is Adharma But …: Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Killing of Sadhus – killing of sadhus in Palghar is wrong, but elsewhere …, Sanjay Raut’s stance

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The Shiv Sena MP has also targeted the Yogi Adityanath government of UP on this pretext.


Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut Has accused the media of adopting double standards. He has said that if the Sadhus were murdered by a mob in Palghar in Maharashtra, it became unrighteous but in other states the killing of the Sadhus became a normal occurrence. The Shiv Sena leader has written an editorial in April titled ‘New Game of Settlement’, citing the case of beating of two sadhus by a mob in Palghar.

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Raut wrote, “In Palghar, two sadhus were killed by a mob, a storm was created across the country but in the last four days four sadhus in Uttar Pradesh and one monk in Rajasthan were shot dead. In Rajasthan. So the priest was burnt alive. As if nothing has happened, in such a situation there is media. Sadhus were attacked in Palghar when that iniquity happened, but somewhere else it happens, then the usual incident, how is it possible?

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The Shiv Sena MP has also targeted the Yogi Adityanath government of UP on this pretext. He was referring to the attacks on sadhus in UP and Rajasthan this month. In Rajasthan, a group first attacked the priest in a land dispute and later burnt him alive. Police have detained two people in this case, while three others have also been named in the FIR.

On the other hand, in the case of the alleged attack on a monk in UP’s Gonda district, the police has made a new disclosure. According to the police, the monk himself had conspired to attack him and hired a professional shooter for this. According to the police, in a political rivalry, the monk did this.

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Let us know that on Friday, Sanjay Raut also took a dig at the governors of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Talking to the media, he said that at present, there are governors in only two states Maharashtra and West Bengal. He does not know whether the governor is there or not.

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