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Navneet Rana Took ₹80 Lakh Loan From D-Company Member Yusuf Ladkawala, Sanjay Raut Alleges

“It seems like the troubles of Navneet Rana are set to multiply. The Independent MP-MLA couple from Amravati Navneet Rana and Ravi Rana who had challenged to recite the Hanuman Chalisa in front of the residence of Uddhav Thackeray, have failed to get any respite from the Courts so far. Both have been arrested by Mumbai police under Section 153 promoting Enmity, Section 124 sedition and Section 353. However, now Shivsena MP Sanjay Raut has made a sensational allegation on Navneet Rana. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has made serious allegations that Navneet Rana took a loan of Rs 80 lakh from Yusuf Lakdawala, who was arrested by the ED. In the tweet bomb, Sanjay Raut said that Navneet Rana had taken a loan of Rs 80 lakh from Yusuf Lakdawala. Lakdawala was said to be a member of the D-company. Yusuf Lakdawala is now dead. He had died in jail. Lakdawala was arrested by the ED on money laundering charges.

Yusuf Lakdawala was arrested by the ED on money laundering charges when he was found to have links with the D Gang, the underworld. So will the ED investigate the matter? Isn’t this a national security issue? This question has been asked by Raut. Raut also tweeted a photo with evidence. the Mumbai Police’s EOW is likely to register another case against them.

But this is not all. Navneet Rana had made a serious allegation on Monday that she was refused water while in custody by Mumbai police as she was a Dalit. These allegations have sparked political controversy. However, Rana’s claim was refuted by the Commissioner of Police Sanjay Pandey. He released a video of the couple having tea. Thus, the Dalit card used by Ranas is likely to backfire on them.

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