Swarajyarakshak Sambhaji 1 July 2019 Written Update: Anaji Pant Disapproves All The Claims

Manjiri Shete

July 1, 2019


3 min

In the recent episode of Swarajyarakshak Sambhaji, Yesubai is furious at Anaji Pant as she starts screaming at him in the court. She reminds him of all the crimes that he has committed against Sambhaji in the past. Anaji Pant is told of Sambhaji’s mercy which he had shown previously. Yesubai is ashamed that Anaji Pant was ready to give half of Swarajya to Akbar who is a defiant ruler. She says he cannot destroy her husband easily.

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Hearing Yesubai’s rant, Anaji Pant asks her if she is accusing him of all these crimes as a judge or a wife. Sakvarbai is worried about Yesubai’s temper as Sambhaji asks her to cool herself. Raje says she shouldn’t get personal in the court and should be strictly speaking about the case. Then, Yesubai is asked to produce proofs of all the accusations that have been levied upon Anaji Pant.

Taking this opportunity, Anaji Pant’s men proclaim that they are innocent of all the crimes. They indirectly point fingers at Yesubai’s perspective.  This is followed by asking for hardcore proofs that incriminate Anaji Pant and his supporters. Raje agrees to this and says no one can simply accuse the royal ministers of such big crimes. Yesubai walks out angrily and decides to scavenge for witnesses.

Anaji Pant’s supporters are rejoicing that none of Ranisaheb’s allegations could stand true. Pant is confident he has kept no evidence behind. Anaji Pant is furious at Durgadas who backstabbed them as he swears to kill the latter once out of the prison. Meanwhile, Sambhaji goes to Yesubai and explains to her to not get emotional in the court. He tells her that their personal relationship is secondary when she is the judge in the courtroom.

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