‘The foolish ones are like walking corpses’: Sanjay Raut’s veiled dig at rebels? | Mumbai news

Although he did not name anyone in his latest tweet, the senior military leader has repeatedly described his party’s dissident lawmakers as “living corpses”.

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Rawat – who has been criticized by his party’s dissident faction for calling him ‘living corpses’ – on Tuesday tweeted a one-liner with the phrase ‘chati firti lashin’ (walking dead bodies). In the rebel group.

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Rawat tweeted, “Jahalat ek kism ki mout hai, Aur jahil log chalti firti lashain hai”.

‘Jahalat’, Urdu word, roughly translates as uninformed / foolish. Thus the full translation reads: “Folly is like death, and fools are like corpses.”

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However, Rawat did not name or tag anyone in his post.

Meanwhile, his tweet comes on the day he is scheduled to appear before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the alleged money laundering case involving his wife, Varsha.

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The agency’s call for Rawat has been linked by many to the ongoing crisis in the western state. Shortly after the summons was sent out a day ago, the senior army commander said he would not take the ‘Guwahati route’.

Rebel lawmakers have camped in a hotel in Guwahati, Assam’s largest city.


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