MNS cadres defy Mumbai Police, march to Azad Maidan

Alarming a violent rally from Girgaum Chowpatty to Mumbai’s Azad Maidan, MNS chief Raj Thackeray attacked on Maharashtra Home Minister and Mumbai Police Commissioner for their failure to handle the Mumbai’s August 11 violence which left two people dead and more than 50 were critical injured.

Demanding their resignations in wake of never bear the burden of Mumbai Police leniency over the attacks, Mr. Thackeray said, “There is a boundary that must not be crossed…the police in the state should not be touched. This demoralization of the police force would not be henceforth tolerated.”

More than thousands of supporters led by a city-based Sunni Islamic group, the Raza Academy set behind Mr. Thackeray, supporting his protest rally at Azad Maidan with drumping and carrying the party’s flags with its election symbol train engine after Police denied giving permission to march.

Addressing the rally, Mr. Thackeray said that his rally is for a protest against riots in Assam and Mumbai both.

He accused the Mumbai Police including Commissioner, DCP and govt. not assisting the injured policeman and female constables killed in 11 August violence. Even, he accused Congress-NCP coalition, calling their actions to show sympathy to minority sections as a voting act.

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