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Income tax raid on Shiv Sena office-bearer’s bases in Maharashtra, Thackeray furious with action at the house of close friend

Mumbai | Income Tax Raids in Maharashtra: The Income Tax Department has raided the house of Rahul Kanal, an office bearer of Shiv Sena and member of Shirdi Trust in Maharashtra. Rahul Kanal is considered close to Aaditya Thackeray. Apart from this, the Income Tax Department has also taken action on the residence and office of the relatives of State Minister Anil Parab.

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Now this work is left with the central agencies.
Income Tax Raids in Maharashtra: Let us tell you that earlier, the IT Department had raided the offices and premises of various BMC contractors and Shiv Sena leaders. Enraged by this action of the Income Tax Department, Shiv Sena leader and MP Sanjay Raut launched a scathing attack and said that IT has been left to our people. I think till the BMC elections are held, IT will go to every ward. Now the same work is left with the central agencies. Shiv Sena will soon reveal about whose control these raids are taking place.

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Aaditya Thackeray said – Central agencies are being misused
Aaditya Thackeray, a minister in the Maharashtra government and son of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, has expressed displeasure over this action and said that such attacks on Maharashtra have been happening in the past and are happening even now. Central agencies have been misused in this manner in the past as well. It happened in Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and now if elections are to be held in Maharashtra, it is happening here also. These central agencies have in a way become the propaganda machinery for the BJP itself, but we will not bow down.

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