Sanjay Raut skips summons twice, and ED officials eventually make it to his home in the land scam case

A day after claimed recording of Sanjay Raut reportedly assaulting and threatening Swapna Patkar, a witness in the case, went viral, the ED went to Sanjay Raut’s home.

Sanjay Raut, a Shiv Sena MP, ignored the Enforcement Directorate’s two summonses, citing the ongoing Parliamentary session, and requested a delay until August 7. The Enforcement Directorate official eventually made it to the Shiv Sena MP’s residence on Sunday morning in connection with the Patra Chawl land scam case. Sanjay Raut was questioned by the ED on July 1 and promised to show up again if required. Due to the ongoing Parliamentary session, he ignored the ED’s summons on July 20. On July 27, a new summons was issued, which he ignored for the same reason. Sanjay Raut claimed to be in Delhi for the Parliamentary session.

news organization’s photos Early on Sunday morning, CRPF men could be seen on the grounds of Sanjay Raut’s home, according to ANI.

An alleged audio recording of Sanjay Raut reportedly assaulting and threatening Swapna Patkar, a crucial witness in the case, purportedly went viral the day before the ED took action. The validity of the audio has not been confirmed by HT. The viral audio has received no response from Raut or the Shiv Sena.

Sanjay Raut’s wife’s close assistant, Swapna Patkar, has now turned against Sanjay Raut in this matter. Swapna Patkar reportedly supplied several documents that are against Sanjay Raut weeks before the ED recorded her statement. Swapna stated in her declaration that she had received rape and death threats as a result of her comments about Raut.

The ED temporarily attached the assets of Varsha Raut, the wife of Sanjay Raut, and two of his friends in April, before to the fall of the Maha Vikas Aghadi administration in Maharashtra, which was led by Uddhav Thackeray. The properties are land owned by Pravin M. Raut, a Sanjay Raut assistant and former director of Guru Ashish Construction Private Limited, in the towns of Palghar, Saphale, and Padgha (in Thane district). The properties are land owned by Pravin M. Raut, a Sanjay Raut assistant and former director of Guru Ashish Construction Private Limited, in the towns of Palghar, Saphale, and Padgha (in Thane district).