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Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut waves to his supporters while being produced in court. (PTI)

MUMBAI: Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamna on Sunday published Sanjay Raut‘s weekly column, Rok Thok, prompting ED officials to say they will question the incarcerated MP to check if he had written the piece and passed it out of jail illegally or had no connection with it.
ED sources said Raut can’t write columns or articles while in custody, unless specific permission has been granted by court, adding that no such permission has been given to him.
The column slams governor B S Koshyari over his remark that if Gujaratis and Rajasthanis were excluded, there would be no money left in Mumbai and it would cease to be India’s financial capital. It stated that if anyone plays with Maharashtra’s self-respect, Marathi people erupt, which history has shown. It also mentions Koshyari’s apology for his remark, which came a day after Raut‘s arrest.
Hitting out at ED, the column says: “Sugar factories, textile mills and other industries run by Marathi people have been shut down by ED and a web of cases cast around Marathi entrepreneurs. The governor should talk about this too.” Sena leaders said Saamna staffers may have put together the column, which appeared with Raut’s byline and photo.

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