Later that day, the charges of Kagal’s western Maharashtra dealer Hasan Mushrif were supposed to substantiate Kirit Somaiyah.
Kirit Somaiyah, a senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party and former Lok Sabha member, was arrested earlier this Monday at Satara train station and transferred to Mumbai Police Circuit House.
Later that day, Somaiya was expected to make allegations of corruption against the western Maharashtra Kagal MLA, Hasan Mushrif, and the Hasan Mushrif Minister.
In accordance with Section 144 of the Indian Penal Code, the Kolhapur collector issued prohibitive orders and limited them to 20 and 21 September.
According to Collector Rahul Rekhawar, it was denied entry to Somaiya “because of its disruption of peace and order.”
He was presumably taken by the former MP and held on Sunday as a hostage in his Mumbai apartment. He wanted to know who ordered him to limit his mobility beyond Mumbai, which blamed Thackeray Maharashtra’s administration in Uddhav.
According to a tweet, the Thackeray administration was hooked on “adagiri” and even within Bombay, it restricted travel. He alleged that Mulund police, which had limited jurisdiction around Mumbai’s apartment, intended to arrest him without an order or order.
The notice was not given by Kolhapur, but Thackeray Sarkar Dadagiri did not allow me to go from my house. Don’t allow Visarjan go to Ganesh. Don’t let Ganesh go. But there are no warrants, no order… that’s absolutely illegal,” he explained. It’s just an assault.
In the name of his people, Somaiya argued that Mushrif, Rural Development Minister, raised enormous money from “benami” bogus firms.
The leader of the NCP stated that 127 people were cleaning up money, after which Muhrem promised to sue for at least 100 crore to ruin the former confederation.
In the meantime, BJP leader Chandrakant-Patil branded it “dictatoria” and said that the voice of Somaiya cannot be stifled by the administration of Maha Viks Aghadi (MVA). It added that the BJP and Somaiya are the clear victims of these allegations of corruption.
Somaiya has previously brought charges against Chhagan Bhujbal and Anil Parab for money laundering.