Vaibhav Raut and the other accused do not belong to Sanatan Sanstha: Chetan Rajhans

The Sanatan Sanstha spokesperson has clarified that other organisations who have been demanding a ban on their party are being unjust as their name has not turned up in any chargesheet

  • Vaibhav Raut and the other accused do not belong to Sanatan Sanstha: Chetan Rajhans
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The most controversial Hindu-outfit group Sanatan Sanstha, claimed that Vaibhav Raut and other nine accused do not belong to the group, informed Chetan Rajhans, during a press conference that was held in Mumbai. He added that members of Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmoolan Samiti are deliberately maliging the image of Sanatan Sanstha group members. He further said that they would go to court against the same.

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Nalasopara explosives case interrogation is going on by the ATS and CBI is investigating about Dr Narendra Dabholkar’s case. While doing so, neither of the agencies claimed that our party is involved in this. Our name is not in any FIRs nor charge sheet, yet, our party’s name is being linked with these cases. This is wrong and injustice to us,” Chetan Rajhans, Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha.


Vaibhav Raut and other nine accused were arrested when Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) carried out a raid at Nalasopara and seized crude bombs and explosives. Along with this, the ATS also recovered gunpowder, batteries, electronic detonators, etc.

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Rajhans said that for the last 27 years, their group is active in the field of Hinduism and religion and they have around lakh followers. He said that until now, no riots have taken place or have put nation’s security at stake.

We have been framed for Thane’s Gadkari Rangayatan blast, 2009 Margao blast, Dr Narendra Dabholkar, Pansare, Kalburgi, Gauri Lankesh’s murder and now Nalasopara explosives case without any solid proof. Other organisations are demanding a ban on our group. When state home minister Deepak Kesarkar himself clarified that our name didn't turn up in any investigation, then why are we being targeted?,” Rajhans.

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