The Shiv Sena leader also hit out at the Central government for not taking action against BJP leaders comparing democratically elected state governments in India with the Taliban.
Raut said that the ABAP president's demise seems to hold some secrets and him committing suicide seems absurd as the person who guides everyone cannot do such a thing.
Raut said Thackeray did not name any particular state while referring to migrants, 'but the BJP declared that the CM meant North Indians'.
Uddhav’s recent comment that a BJP leader is his future colleague had set off rumour mills
Sanjay Raut further said the Shiv Sena has its cadre in these two states and has been contesting elections, irrespective of success or failure.
One can have differences over Nehru's policies after independence, but no one can deny his contribution to the freedom struggle, said the Rajya Sabha member, who is the executive editor of Saamana.
Sena president Uddhav Thackeray was one of the "top five chief ministers in the country" and not a single BJP chief minister figures in this list, he claimed.
The ED summoned Maharashtra minister Anil Parab for questioning on Tuesday in the money laundering case registered against former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh and others.
Rane was arrested and released on bail on Tuesday late at night over his "would have slapped" comments against Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray.
His remarks led to protests across the state and he was arrested from Ratnagiri in Maharashtra on Tuesday and later granted bail.
On Rane's statement that the BJP-led Union government will not allow Maharashtra to "become West Bengal," Raut asked who was Rane to say so.
This came after BJP MLA Devyani Farande demanded action against Thackeray for allegedly using derogatory remarks against his Adityanath in the past.
An 'A-summary' report is one where the police seek to close a probe in a case, where they find that although an offence is made out, there isn't enough evidence against the accused persons.
Raut also said that if Nathuram Godse had killed Jinnah, 'who was responsible for creating Pakistan', instead of Mahatma Gandhi, the partition could have been avoided.
Party sources said that besides CMs from Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Rajasthan, invites have been sent to other Opposition-ruled states.