Inhuman treatment meted out to Rane out of vengeance

BJP state president Chandrakantdada Patil criticises


Union minister Narayan Rane’s release on bail by the court is a victory of truth. The Thackeray government meted out inhuman treatment to Rane out of vengeance. As a result he got unwell. But once he recovers, he will resume his Jan Ashirwad yatra, said BJP state president Chandrakantdada Patil. He was talking to media persons in Pune on Wednesday.

            Chandrakantdada Patil said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government meted out inhuman treatment to Rane. When he was arrested, police snatched plate from him while he was having his lunch. He was made to wait for almost two-and-a-half hours at Sangameshwar police station. During this time his blood sugar level and his blood pressure had shot up and despite being told by the doctors he did not receive immediate medical attention. Due to this negligence, Rane became unwell.  Once he recovers, he will resume his Jan Ashirwad yatra.

            He said that Rane’s Jan Ashirwad yatra received huge response in Mumbai and Raigad districts. Intimidated by this response, the Thackeray government resorted to arresting him. Now the government has also imposed seven day curfew beginning last night in Sindhudurg. This will not deter BJP. Rane will resume the yatra once he recovers.

            Patil said that it is clear that the political disturbance that was created yesterday in the state was out of vengeance. None of the arguments made by the MVA government were upheld in the court and hence Rane was released on bail. Truth prevailed. In the last 20 months, the MVA government had made several attempts to implicate either activists or organisations on various occasions. But the government failed miserably and was slammed by the court. The same will happen in this instance as well.

            He said that a news channel had shown how Shiv Sena minister Anil Parab resorted to bullying and asked the police to forcefully arrest Rane. BJP will appeal against Anil Parab in the court.