Rane warmly welcomed after his release on bail
Mumbai / Correspondent
Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Narayan Rane, who was arrested for making insulting remarks against the Chief Minister, was released on bail late last night. After that, Rane reached Mumbai at midnight and was warmly welcomed by the followers.
Rane had criticized Chief Miinister as speaking at the Independence Day function, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for not remembering how much Independence Day there was. Based on this statement, cases were registered against Rane at 4 places including Nashik Cyber Police Station. Senior police officials have ordered Rane's arrest, saying his statement could jeopardize law and order in the state.
Rane was arrested by the police on Tuesday afternoon. He was produced in the court of Mahad Magistrate Sheikh Babasaheb Patil at 9. 45 pm. The court refused to send him to police custody and ordered him to be kept in judicial custody. However, Rane's lawyers immediately filed a bail application. With that in mind, the court released him on a personal bond of Rs 15,000. He was ordered to report to Mahad police station on August 30 and September 13. Similarly, if the police want to take a sample of Rane's voice, the police should give him a premonition and Rane should cooperate with the police, the magistrate also ordered.