Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut writes book from Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai


Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, who is currently in police custody in connection with the money laundering case, is writing a book from Arthur Road Jail where he was held. He is unable to write his weekly Rokthok column and therefore uses his time to write a book. The book is mainly about the complaints filed against him and his fight.

Sources close to Raut told the Free Press Journal: “The court granted Raut access to diaries, books and writing materials. He takes notes and makes his compilation.”

Controversy recently erupted after it was claimed that Raut, who is the editor of Shiv Sena’s spokesperson Saamna, has been writing editorials from prison. His weekly Rokthok column appeared after his incarceration.

However, the August 21 “Rokhtok” was branded as “Kedarnath Mumbaikar” targeting the Modi government at the Center.

Raut previously denied the charges against him and said the whole affair was fake and he had nothing to do with it.

Raut was arrested by the ED on August 1 in connection with money laundering allegations related to a redevelopment project in the western suburbs of Mumbai. The agency has until the end of September to file its indictment against Raut.

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