Case filed against MNS chief Raj Thackeray in Aurangabad over loudspeaker speech

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New Delhi: Aurangabad police on Tuesday filed a case against MNS chief Raj Thackeray for delivering an inflammatory speech during his rally in the city on May 1. The police registered a case after watching the video of their meeting. The police registered a case after watching the video of their meeting. Raj Thackeray was booked under sections 153A, 116 and 117 of the IPC for creating hatred between communities. A case has been registered against Raj Thackeray as well as the organizers of the meeting at City Chowk police station.

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After registering a case against Raj Thackeray, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that such cases are registered across the country, some give provocative speeches and some write provocative ones. If a case would have been registered for making such inflammatory speeches, what is the big deal in this? There is no conspiracy against anyone. The conspiracy is going on against Maharashtra.


He further said that I have full information that there is a conspiracy to incite riots by bringing people from outside Maharashtra, if not their own strength, otherwise the work of spoiling law and order in Maharashtra is being started by bringing these people from outside. Betel nut is the work of the people. The government and police here are capable, they can handle everything.


Sanjay Raut said that Raj's warning, Uddhav Thackeray's government is in Maharashtra, no one's ultimatum works here. Ultimatum will not work, Thackeray government will run here. For a long time, both the Shiv Sena govt and Raj Thackrey is at odds over the loudspeaker issue in Maharashtra. 


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