Once an ardent admirer of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Raj Thackeray, who is trying to revive the political fortunes of his own party, launched a scathing attack on Modi as well as the BJP saying that both were manipulating facts and events to gain electoral benefit in the upcoming polls.
“It is he (Dawood) who is keen to return… But, the BJP will claim credit for this to win the next elections,” Raj Thackeray predicted.
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray said that recent incidents reflect the “careless attitude” of the school administration and the government towards the safety of students.
“At a time when our country should be backing the jawans defending the borders, people are lost in watching cricket matches against the enemy. Spare a thought for what it does to the morale of our jawans,” said Raj Thackeray
The MNS nominates the wives of two party members who participated in wrecking havoc before the release of Ae Dil Hai Muskhil. In doing so, it conveys that those who participate in gunda-gardi will be rewarded, directly or indirectly.
Raj Thackeray and Sachin Tendulkar became a part of Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal’s special screening.
He distributed an alleged 2013 post by Fadnavis, in which he had claimed to have voted for a separate Vidarbha state during an unofficial referendum held by NGO Jan Manch.
He was upset over the absence of flowers and decorations at the Hutatma Smarak in Mumbai, which is deemed as a symbol of the 1960s struggle for a unified Maharashtra, on Maharashtra Day.
“I am afraid to say that the previous Congress government seemed to have been better than the BJP,” he said.
Before becoming the Prime Minister, Modi opposed the norms for jewellers, but is implementing the same after becoming the PM, Thackeray said.
Ahead of 2017 BMC polls, it is struggling for an agenda to stage a comeback.
“We have kept all possibilities open in the investigation,” said Ramesh Khadtare, senior inspector, Amboli police station.
The policy decision on reallotment of auto-rickshaw permits was taken by the transport ministry to help deserving people and not serve the interest of any private auto industry or play regional politics, said the chief minister.
Raj Thackeray, speaking at an event to mark the 10th anniversary of MNS, told supporters to burn autorickshaws and keep pursuing the ‘Marathi’ agenda.
A DAY after MNS chief Raj Thackeray asked party workers to burn autorickshaws operated by non-Marathi speakers, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav on Thursday said that Maharashtra was “not the fiefdom of anybody’s father”. Speaking to reporters outside Assembly, he said: “Let me tell Raj Thackeray that Maharashtra and the country are not […]