Patra Chawl Land Scam Case: ED seizes Rs. 11.50 lakh undeclared money from Sanjay Raut’s premises

ED sleuths reached Raut’s residence around 7 am today and conducted the raid.

As per the sources, Enforcement Directorate officials raided the residence of Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut. And confiscated Rs 11.50 lakh in undeclared cash today evening.

After conducting prolonged raids at his premises earlier in the day, ED authorities detained Raut. Moreover, in connection with the Patra Chawl land scam case. Around 7 am today, ED detectives carried out the raid on Raut’s home.


The Shiv Sena leader declared that “he won’t be cowed down” shortly after being held by ED agents in connection with the Patra Chawl Land Scam Case.

In a statement to the media, Raut added, that people are being falsely accused. And have false paperwork filed against them. All of this is being done to undermine Maharashtra and the Shiv Sena. Sanjay Raut will not be intimidated. I won’t leave the party.

Sanjay Raut was called by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on June 28. Thus, in connection with the investigation into the Rs 1,034 crore Patra Chawl land scam and the prevention of money laundering.

He had dared the investigation agency to arrest him. After refusing to cooperate and providing the Monsoon Session of Parliament as an excuse. He eventually arrived at the ED office.

According to sources, the ED, which previously detained businessman Avinash Bhosale of Pune in connection with the DHFL-Yes Bank case, wants to question Raut in this case as well. They asserted that the DHFL case and the Patra Chawl ED case are connected.

As part of this inquiry, the ED temporarily attached assets belonging to Raut’s wife Varsha Raut and two of his acquaintances in April totalling more than Rs 11.15 crore.

The attached properties are in the form of land held by Pravin M Raut, Sanjay Raut’s aide and a former director of Guru Ashish Construction Pvt Ltd, at Palghar, Saphale (a town in Palghar) and Padgha (in Thane district).

Varsha Raut also owns a home in the Mumbai neighbourhood of Dadar, and she and Sujit Patkar’s wife, Swapna Patkar, jointly own eight plots at Kihim Beach in Alibaug, according to a statement from the ED.

Sujit Patkar is considered to be a close friend of Sanjay Raut by the ED. The ED had stated after Pravin Raut’s arrest in February that he appeared to be “operating as a front”. Or in collusion with a powerful individual (s).

According to the agency, it was discovered that he made payments to a number of “politically exposed persons”. During the investigation.