The Mumbai Police arrested an individual from Kolkata on Thursday night time for allegedly threatening and abusing Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut. Chasing this accused, Mumbai police reached the capital of West Bengal.
Gym coach Palash Bose, by occupation, is “a member of the Dawood (Ibrahim) gang.” This was informed by the Mumbai Police Anti Terrorist Swaud who offered a transit remand to take him to Maharashtra.
The Chief Public Prosecutor, quoting the First Information Report, informed a Justice of the Peace in Kolkata, “Palash Bose reportedly informed Sanjay Raut that I’m calling from Mumbai. I’m a member of Dawood Gang. Stay away from Sushant Singh Rajput case and we’ll present you and the Maharashtra authorities, you can be killed. “
The Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha member was being traced after an Internet name was allegedly made by Bose, who lived in Tollyganj, a complicated space of south Kolkata, between 2 September and eight September. Soon he discovered the Mumbai Police at his home. A prison case of intimidation has been registered in opposition to Bose.
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The police additionally seized two worldwide SIM playing cards, one Indian SIM card and two cell telephones from the accused’s home.
He claimed to be a fan of actor Kangana Ranaut. Political rhetoric continues between Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena. The Shiv Sena has opened a entrance in opposition to Kangana for concentrating on the Maharashtra authorities and Mumbai police within the Sushant Rajput dying case and evaluating Mumbai to PoK.
If Kangana has robust proof, then hand it over to the Home Minister: Sanjay Raut