New Delhi: On his get together’s candidate Sanjay Pawar going through defeat from the sixth seat within the Maharashtra Rajya Sabha election, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday (June 12) took a jibe on the BJP and stated even saffron get together chief Devendra Fadnavis will vote for the Uddhav Thackeray-led get together if the management of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is given to their get together. “If the ED’s management is given to us for 2 days, then Devendra Fadnavis too will vote for us,” PTI quoted Raut as saying. The Shiv Sena chief spokesperson’s assertion comes within the wake of the BJP bagging three out of the six seats within the Maharashtra Rajya Sabha polls 2022.
Fadnavis, former Maharashtra chief minister and the chief of opposition within the state Meeting, has been credited for the BJP’s victory on the sixth Rajya Sabha seat, whereby saffron get together nominee Dhananjay Mahadik bested Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Pawar.
Forward of the Maharashtra Rajya Sabha polls, Raut had alleged that the BJP was utilizing central businesses to pressurise independents and smaller events to vote for the saffron get together candidates. It was the independents and smaller events, a few of whom had vowed to again Sena, that performed a vital position within the BJP’s victory.
Within the Maharashtra Rajya Sabha polls 2022, Union Minister Piyush Goyal, former state minister Anil Bonde and Dhananjay Mahadik from the BJP secured victory whereas one candidate every from Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Occasion (NCP)— Sanjay Raut, Imran Pratapgarhi and Praful Patel— bagged a straightforward victory. As many as 285 votes have been polled on Friday and candidates required 41 votes to win a Rajya Sabha seat.
On Saturday, Raut had known as the BJP’s victory on three Rajya Sabha seats within the state the “mandate of horse-trading”. Additional, he had accused the Election Fee (EC) of favoring BJP, including that the saffron get together “put stress” on the ballot panel. “Some horses have been up on the market at a better value and shifted sides regardless of assurance of their votes to our candidate,” Raut had stated derisively.
(With company inputs)