Sanjay Raut’s family has a partnership with a wine company: BJP’s Kirit Somaiya

The BJP leader further alleged that the said company had a wine distribution business and that Raut’s investment in the company was the reason why he supported the government’s decision.

Kirit Somaya. file picture

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Kirit Somaiya on Sunday denounced Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut for his ‘wine is not alcohol’ comment and said the latter was saying it because he had a partnership with a wine company and had a large investment in the business. earning him a profit of Rs 100 crores per year.

Wine is not alcohol. If the sale of wine increases, farmers will benefit. We did this to double farmers’ incomes,” Raut said on Friday, defending his government’s decision to allow selling wine in supermarkets and walk-ins. stores.

Speaking to the media here, Somaiya said: “The decision made by the government of Maharashtra is to benefit the family of Sanjay Raut who is in partnership with a wine company. Raut has a partnership with the wine company of major industrialist Ashok Garg from Maharashtra, named Magpie Global Limited.He has a big investment in this wine business, in which the two daughters and wife of Sanjay Raut serve as the director of the business.MADAK Global Private Limited has been renamed Cloud Pie DFS Private Limited. His family makes a profit of around Rs 100 crores a year from Magpie Company.”

The BJP leader further alleged that the said company had a wine distribution business and that Raut’s investment in the company was the reason why he supported the government’s decision.

“This company is engaged in the distribution of wine. Sanjay Raut supports the decision to sell wine in supermarkets because of the huge investment in the wine sector. That is why Sanjay Raut does not call the alcohol of wine and says this decision will benefit the farmer,” he said.

Somaiya challenged the leader of the Shiv Sena to prove him wrong if his claims were false.

“On April 16, 2021, Sanjay Raut’s family had signed a contract with this company, his two daughters – Vidhita and Poorvishi – are directors of this company. If my allegations are false, then Sanjay Raut should prove me wrong,” said he declared. .

Earlier, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that the Shiv Sena-led coalition government wants to turn Maharashtra into a “Madya-rashtra (liquor state)”.

Maharashtra on Thursday approved a proposal to sell wine in supermarkets and walk-in shops across the state at a fixed annual license fee of Rs 5,000. According to the state cabinet, the move aims to ensure a more accessible marketing channel for Indian wineries.

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