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After the death of the girl, there was a ruckus in the politics of Maharashtra. At the same time, the woman’s father says that if his daughter’s death does not end politics, he will commit suicide along with his family members. He said on Saturday that his family’s infamy should stop as he has another daughter who is yet to be married.
Earlier, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had called for a detailed investigation into the matter. At the same time, the National Commission for Women also issued a notice to the state government and the Pune Police Commissioner, interfering in this.
BJP demanded action
Earlier on Thursday, Maharashtra state BJP vice-president Chitra Wagh alleged that the state government was protecting minister Sanjay Rathore, whose name is being linked to the death of a woman. He demanded action against the minister. Wagh had said that after the death of the woman, an audio clip of the conversation of two persons allegedly by the deceased has come out.
According to the Vanwadi police station, he has registered a case of accidental death and no suicide note has been found. Wagh said, “We believe that one of the voices heard in the audio clip is by Sanjay Rathod.” But Vanwadi police is not registering a case against Rathore. It is noteworthy that the Anti-Corruption Bureau has registered a case against Wagh’s husband Kishore Jagannath Wagh in a disproportionate assets case.