Sanjay Raut went on hooliganism, vandalized the rebel MLA's office.

Mumbai: In Pune, Shiv Sena workers have created a ruckus by vandalising the office of a rebel MLA, Tanaji Sawant. These Shiv Sena workers sprayed the door after vandalising the office and wrote Gaddar Sawant on the wall. Tana ji Sawant is shiv sena MLA from Paranda assembly seat. Shiv Sena workers entered mla Tana ji's office shouting 'Jai Shivaji' and started vandalising. After the violence, Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut has said that there is anger among the people after the rebellion of the MLAs and they cannot stop it. 

On taking the name of Tanaji Sawant, Sanjay Raut used very aggressive language and said that he had come to Shiv Sena from Congress and this is his first MLA. Raut said in a language like goons that we take off such people and make them stand on the road by taking off their clothes. Tanaji Sawant is currently present with rebel MLAs in Guwahati, Assam. Sanjay Raut said on this violence that it is the anger of the people of Maharashtra, it does not work in Maharashtra, and there should be anger. This is shiv sena's fire and we will never let this fire extinguish. This is what Balasaheb Thackeray has told us. It shouldn't be ashes. If the samidha is needed to keep this fire burning, then it should be poured out. 

Sanjay Raut said that you will kidnap our MLAs, give them security, and we will not take out our anger? Could that be so? Are we nard, we are not namand. More than what will happen, the power will go away. Power and majority keep coming. Sanjay Raut said that the real Shiv Sena is associated with the name Thackeray. Shinde, Rane, Bhujbal, these people keep coming and will keep coming and going. If someone says that we are devotees of Balasaheb, then you do devotion. Don't occupy the party. If you capture, you will answer the sword with the sword.

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