Delhi police axes on Raj Thackeray
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena seems to bow under a row as Delhi Police tightening its grab over MNS Chief Raj Thackeray and has filed a FIR against him, allegedly terming Bihar migrants as ‘infiltrators’ in Mumbai.
Acting Delhi’s court order, the police has registered case against Thackeray for his 31 August critical speech, charged under promoting enmity between religion groups on basis of place of birth, and threatening to throw out of the Mumbai.
The court’s order came on a private complaint filed by advocate Prem Shankar Sharma, source said, who said, “Thackeray’s August 31 remarks that Bihar natives who have been living in Maharashtra, especially in Mumbai, shall be kicked out of the state, were defaming and his provocative statement is against national
integration as the Indian Constitution has given all citizens the right to live anywhere in the country.”
Meanwhile, Thackeray has been summoned by another court on 30 August for having connection in the separate case- attacks by MNS supporters with hate speech on north Indian students while approached in Mumbai for the railways’ entrance exam on October 20, 2008.