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Mns Chief Raj Thackeray Faces Non-bailable Warrant In 14-year-old Case


The court docket on Mahrashtra’s Sangli district has issued a non-bailable warrant in opposition to Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS) Raj Thackeray forward of his loudspeaker deadline for the Maharashtra Authorities led by Udhdhav Thackeray. 

The warrant was issued in reference to a 14-year-old case.

In 2008, Thackeray was booked below sections 109 and 117 (abetment of offence) of IPC for allegedly making inflammatory speeches. 

Whereas issuing the non-bailable warrant on 6 April, Judicial Justice of the Peace, First Class at Shirala in Sangli district requested Mumbai police fee to arrest the MNS chief and current him earlier than the court docket. 

The decide issued the warrant in opposition to Thackeray and one other MNS chief Shirish Parkar by means of Mumbai police commissioner and Kherwadi police station respectively as they failed to provide themselves earlier than the court docket in the course of the case continuing, stated assistant public prosecutor, Jyoti Patil. 

She stated the court docket has requested police to implement the warrant earlier than June 8 and produce each the leaders earlier than the court docket. 

In 2008, MNS employees had staged a protest in Shirala in opposition to the arrest of Thackeray in an agitation in search of precedence for native youth in jobs. A neighborhood MNS functionary claimed there was a authorities rule which states that political instances previous to 2012 needs to be withdrawn. 

Nevertheless, this case is being raked up as Thackeray raised the problem of loudspeakers atop mosques, he added. 

Case filed in opposition to MNS chief Raj Thackeray in Aurangabad

A case was registered in Aurangabad in opposition to the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief and organisers of a public rally the place Raj Thackeray delivered a speech on 1 Could.

Tthe metropolis Chowk police registered a case in opposition to Thackeray below sections 153 (wantonly giving provocation with intent to trigger riot), 116 (abetment of offence punishable with imprisonment-if offence be not dedicated) and 117 (abetting fee of offence by the general public or by greater than 10 individuals) of the Indian Penal Code and provisions of the Maharashtra Police Act, the official

Earlier within the day, Maharashtra DGP Rajnish Seth police have been nicely ready to cope with any sort of points associated to regulation and order. Seth stated police will act in opposition to those that attempt to disturb the communal concord within the state.

CM Udhdhav Thackeray meets Dilip Walse Patil forward of loudspeaker ‘deadline’

Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray held a gathering with state house minister Dilip Walse Patil over the law-and-order scenario within the backdrop of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray’s deadline over the elimination of loudspeakers from mosques, information company ANI reported on Tuesday. The chief minister ordered that the police ought to take all measures to take care of regulation and order, and never look forward to anybody’s order, ANI added.

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