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Thackeray Family’s ‘FINANCIAL SECRET’exposed by BJP Leader Kirit Somaiya

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It seems things are not going well for Uddhav Thackeray and his family. On one hand, he is not able to manage the administrative affairs in Maharashtra, on the other hand, opposition leaders are exposing his corruption and other secret deals.

BJP’s senior leader Kirit Somaiya has made a big allegation, where he stated that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had not disclosed property worth Rs 5.29 crore in his election affidavit before being elected to the state Legislative Council last year.

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Kirit Somaiya submitted the documents which prove that Rashmi Thackeray (Uddhav’s wife) had bought land, along with 19 houses of 23,500 sq ft, worth Rs 5.29 crore, as per ready reckoner rates. This was not mentioned in the election affidavit. Which is a clear-cut violation of the Election code of conduct and warrant action from the Election commission.

Uddhav was elected to the Legislative Council in May last year, within six months after he took charge as Chief Minister in 2019.

Thackerays bought the land, along with the houses at Korlai village in Alibag, from Anvay Naik — an interior decorator who had died by suicide in 2018 — on March 21, 2014. However, the houses were transferred in Rashmi Thackeray’s name only on November 12, last year.

In government records, these 19 houses — worth Rs 5.29 crore — remained in Anvay Naik’s name till November 12, last year.

Well, it seems things are taking a nasty turn and it will be really difficult for Uddhav to survive under the barrage of all these attacks. But, its only him who could be blamed for all this.

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