ED summons Sanjay Raut for questioning in land scam case
ED summons Sanjay Raut for questioning in land scam case

In Maharashtra, ED has issued time to Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut. Sanjay Raut must appear tomorrow at 11 am in a land scam case, according to the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The ED has attached the assets of the Shiv Sena leader in the Patra Chawl land scam case worth Rs 1,034 crore. The directorate had attached a plot of Sanjay Raut in Alibaug and a flat in Dadar. Apart from Raut, the ED has also questioned his wife.

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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has arrested Praveen Raut, one of the directors of a subsidiary of HDIL (Housing Development Infrastructure Limited) named Guruashish Constructions, in connection with the land scam of over Rs 1034 crore. Raut’s name had earlier cropped up during the investigation of the PMC Bank scam in which Sarang and Rakesh Wadhawan are the main accused.

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Raut’s wife Madhuri had given an interest-free loan of Rs 55 lakh to Varsha, the wife of Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, in 2010, which was used for the purchase of a flat in Dadar. In this, it has been said that 458 houses were booked without the permission of MHADA through which they collected 138 crores.

ED has seized the property

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Earlier, the ED said that property worth Rs 11.15 crore has been attached so far in this case. Varsha Raut, the wife of Sanjay Raut, owns the property of 2 crores, while Praveen Raut owns the property worth 9 crores. On the action of the ED, then Sanjay Raut said that he was not afraid of this matter, even if his property is confiscated or even if he is shot. Raut has termed the ED action as an act of vengeance.

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