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Opposition should not politicize the government; Sanjay Raut’s reaction after the incident in Sakinaka

The accused had allegedly raped a woman in Mumbai’s Sakinaka area and inserted a rod into her genitals. Upon learning of the incident, senior police officials rushed to the spot and rushed the woman to the hospital. However, the woman died while undergoing treatment at Rajawadi Hospital in Ghatkopar. Police have arrested one accused in the case. However, it is suspected that some others are involved in this. Police have registered a case and further investigation is underway. Meanwhile, the incident is being protested across the state and many have expressed outrage over it. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has also commented on the issue and advised the opposition not to politicize the issue.

“It simply came to our notice then. In Mumbai, women still feel safe. Mumbai is always on the list of safest cities in the world. Mumbai is a very safe city for women but the accused was arrested by the police when the incident took place in Sakinaka yesterday. It is a question of law and order. But we should not politicize all these issues. We should not do politics of making a fuss over the government. Because such incidents bring this state down. If the woman’s answer could have been reported to the police, many things would have come out, but the police have caught the main accused, ”Sanjay Raut told the media.

“The opposition is accusing the government in this regard. They should play a role. The state chief minister, home minister and all have condemned the incident. The accused in this case should get the severe punishment. This case should be handled in a fast track manner. The incident is being compared to the Nirbhaya case in Delhi. No matter the comparison, a woman has finally lost her life. The government will have to take more drastic steps to prevent such unfortunate incidents from happening again and it will not go unnoticed, ”said Sanjay Raut.

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