Anti-Bihari jibe: Political flak hit Raj Thackeray
Chief of MNS, Raj Thackeray’s anti-Bihari comment become a controversial fact for himself as various political parties’ leaders slammed him with a strict actions for his remark against democracy and violative of Constitution.
And Congress party is one who came in front and general secretary Digvijay Singh criticized Thackeray and said, “If you look at the history of Mumbai, then it is a city of fishermen. Rest all have settled there from outside.”
On Friday, the Maharashtra Navanirman Sena(MNS) chief warned to take Biharis out of State of Maharashtra calling them “infiltrators” .
The incident came after a report spread out that Bihar chief secretary Navin Kumar wrote Mumbai police commissioner to take legal actions against policemen over the arrest of the youth from state alleged that he damaged the martyr’s memorial during Azad Maidan protest on August 11.
The various parties pressured State ruling Congress government to take strict actions against Thackeray, not to soften the matter and propped up him as they did with Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in Punjab.
Talking to media, Shivanand Tiwari, JD-U leader in Bihar said that “This (the conduct of Raj Thackeray) is a challenge to the Constitutional authority” never accepted Thackeray’s demand as they did in case of Azad Maidan with Mumbai Police Commissioner.
“I will request the Congress at the Centre as well as the Congress-led government in the state to learn from their experiences in Punjab, where they propped up Bhindranwale. They are creating extra Constitutional authorities and strengthening them. A time will come the same forces will destroy them like the demon Bhasmasur,” he further added.