Mumbai: Forest Minister Sanjay Rathore, who was seriously accused in the Pooja Chavan death case, will finally break his silence. Sanjay Rathore will visit the Pohardevi fort on Thursday, February 18, which is considered to be the abode of the Banjara community. Guru of Banjara community Sunil Maharaj has given the information that they will speak there.
Eight days have passed but Sanjay Rathore has not revealed anything about it. The shocking thing is that Rathore is currently not reachable. Where exactly did they disappear? There is such a discussion. Serious allegations have been leveled against Forest Minister Sanjay Rathore in connection with the death of 22-year-old tick talk star Pooja Chavan. Opposition groups called for his resignation. But they hid. No one has their whereabouts. Zee reached his house in Yavatmal 24 hours ago to find out exactly where he is.
Forest Minister Sanjay Rathore’s government bungalow in Mumbai is currently undergoing repairs. So after arriving in Mumbai, the Zee 24 Hour team reached the flat in the building near Eros Talkies where they live. Sanjay Rathore has not even come to his office in the ministry since his name was mentioned in the Pooja Chavan death case.
On the other hand, pressure is mounting from Shiv Sena for Rathore’s resignation. Shiv Sena ministers and MLAs-MPs met at the Chief Minister’s Varsha residence on Tuesday. Rathore also kicked off this meeting. Meanwhile, Rathore’s resignation was not discussed at the meeting.
Meanwhile, on February 18, Sanjay Rathore will visit the Pohardevi fort, which is considered to be the abode of the Banjara community. At that time, they will break their silence, claims Guru of Banjara community Sunil Maharaj. The whole of Maharashtra is watching how Sanjay Rathore, who is not reachable instead of facing charges, is now escaping from this difficult political dilemma.